This article analyzes the author's style and the translator's style by presenting the English detective novelist James Hadley Chase's "Come easy go easy" in translation. The models and scales of Chinese linguists and translators Leich, Semino and Short were effectively used in their analysis.
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Kholikova, Nozima Nematiloyevna
"THE ROLE OF DISCOURSE PRESENTATION IN DEFINING THE STYLE OF THE
AUTHOR (IN THE EXAMPLE OF THE NOVEL “COME EASY GO EASY” BY
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