How Do We Translate in the “Era of Feminism”?: A Review of Translation and Gender

Xiyao HONG

Abstract


Translation and Gender — Translating in the “Era of Feminism” (2004), a book written by the famous feminist translation theorist Luise von Flotow, has explored the links and inter-connections between gender studies and translation studies. The present paper purports to introduce the main idea of this book first, and then make some comments on it.


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Gender studies; Translation studies; Translator’s subjectivity

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