Year 2019, Volume 2 , Issue 2, Pages 102 - 133 2019-12-31

What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?

Hilal ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE [1]


The purpose of this study is to scrutinize the implications that The Canterbury Tales: A Retelling (2009) by Peter Ackroyd and its Turkish translation hold for Translation Studies. The study will focus on the translation concepts of ‘retelling,’ ‘intralingual translation,’ ‘indirect translation,’ and ‘retranslation.’ The motivation for this study stems from the manner in which the books were introduced into the English and Turkish literary systems. The Turkish translation entitled Geoffrey Chaucer’ın Canterbury Hikâyeleri (Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury tales) (2017) designates Peter Ackroyd as the ‘author,’ and is presented as a “translat[ion] from the English original” (Ackroyd 2017, 5). In the English edition, on the other hand, Ackroyd appears as the ‘translator’ of this “original,” with Chaucer named as the ‘author.’ Another noteworthy point is that Geoffrey Chaucer’ın Canterbury Hikâyeleri was preceded by other translations of Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales in Turkish. The current study explores how to conceptualize the translational statuses of The Canterbury Tales: A Retelling and Geoffrey Chaucer’ın Canterbury Hikâyeleri through discussing the existing definitions of ‘retelling,’ ‘intralingual translation,’ ‘indirect translation,’ and ‘retranslation.’ This study argues that the English work is, in fact, an ‘intralingual (re)translation,’ and the Turkish work can be called both an ‘indirect translation’ and a ‘retranslation through indirect translation,’ where ‘indirect’ refers to the process. Along with this, it also offers two new categories for the typology of “intervening texts” in retranslation (Alvstad and Rosa 2015): ‘single intralingual retranslation’ and ‘compilative inter- and intralingual retranslation through indirect retranslation.’ The study ends with a discussion of the implications of the English and Turkish works in question with regard to the ideas of ‘originality’ and ‘authorship.’
retelling, intralingual translation, indirect translation, retranslation, originality, authorship, The Canterbury Tales
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Orcid: 0000-0003-1167-8733
Author: Hilal ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE
Institution: Karadeniz Technical University
Country: Turkey


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Publication Date : December 31, 2019

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APA ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE, H . (2019). What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?. transLogos Translation Studies Journal , 2 (2) , 102-133 . DOI: 10.29228/transLogos.15
MLA ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE, H . "What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?". transLogos Translation Studies Journal 2 (2019 ): 102-133 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/translogos/issue/51410/668138>
Chicago ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE, H . "What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?". transLogos Translation Studies Journal 2 (2019 ): 102-133
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies? AU - Hilal ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE Y1 - 2019 PY - 2019 N1 - doi: 10.29228/transLogos.15 DO - 10.29228/transLogos.15 T2 - transLogos Translation Studies Journal JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 102 EP - 133 VL - 2 IS - 2 SN - -2667-4629 M3 - doi: 10.29228/transLogos.15 UR - https://doi.org/10.29228/transLogos.15 Y2 - 2019 ER -
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ISNAD ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE, Hilal . "What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?". transLogos Translation Studies Journal 2 / 2 (December 2020): 102-133 . https://doi.org/10.29228/transLogos.15
AMA ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE H . What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?. transLogos Translation Studies Journal. 2019; 2(2): 102-133.
Vancouver ÖZTÜRK BAYDERE H . What Could the Translation of a ‘Retelling’ Imply for Translation Studies?. transLogos Translation Studies Journal. 2019; 2(2): 133-102.