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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Abstract

In this article author points that, common problems faced in the literary translation process, possible solutions for them, tries to reflect achievements of translation by critical thoughts for mistakes and contrarily achievements in the translation of some fictions

First Page

567

Last Page

572

References

[1]. Z.Mirzaeva. ―Representations of Europeans in Twentieth-Century Uzbek literature‖. Journal of the Institute for Foreign Language Studies, 2012, № 2, Korea [2]. Cambridge Advanced Learner‘s Dictionary. Cambridge University Press, 2008 572 [3]. Landers, C. E. (2001) Literary Translation: A Practical Guide, New Jersey University Press: Multilingual Matters [4]. Newmark, P. (1988). A Textbook of Translation.New York & London: Prentice Hall. [5]. Halverson, S. (1997). The Concept of Equivalence in Translation Studies. Target1-2(1997).

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