3 edition of Translations of foreign biological memoirs. found in the catalog.
Translations of foreign biological memoirs.
Burdon-Sanderson, J. Sir
|Other titles||Memoirs on the physiology of nerve, of muscle, and of the electrical organ.|
|Contributions||Meek, Walter Joseph, 1878-, George E. Burget Memorial Collection.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 553 p. :|
|Number of Pages||553|
FOREIGN PUBLISHING DEALS (Revised ) Ivan Hoffman, B.A., J.D. The first is the right that the owner of foreign rights has to license the translation of the English version of the book into a foreign language. The same for translations. The Best Foreign Books You've Never Heard Of Only about 3 percent of all books published in the United States are works that have been translated. Even for a Nobel Prize winner, it's not easy to.
One such is Will Evans, who is in the process of launching a new publishing company in Dallas called Deep Vellum.A graduate in Russian literature, and a translator, Evans was struck by the paucity of Russian translations, but was also interested in how Russian literature relates to the rest of world literature. French Translation of “memoir” | The official Collins English-French Dictionary online. Over , French translations of English words and phrases.
Literary translations represent a slightly higher share, consistently exceeding 4% with a peak of % in The statistics show a steady growth of literary translations over the past two decades in absolute numbers and this is very encouraging. General translations grew by 53% between and and literary translations by 66%. The translation was laid aside until the summer of , when Mr. Shipley was invited to co-operate with the other editors in the preparation of the present volume; the Clarendon Press having consented to publish the complete series of essays as .
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Title Variants: Alternative: Biological memoirs - Weismann on heredity. Related Titles. Contained In: Medical Heritage Library. Series: Translations of foreign biological memoirs ; 4. Weismann, August, OCLC Number: Language Note: Translations of Foreign Biological Memoirs.
Description: xii, pages.: 1 text illust. ; 8: Contents: 1. Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Burdon-Sanderson, J. (John), Sir, Memoirs on the physiology of nerve, of muscle and of the electrical organ. Getting your book translated so that it can adequately be sold on international Kindle Translations of foreign biological memoirs.
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Write long passages in the foreign tongue; translate nothing. Okay, this is not a method I condone as a writer. Or appreciate as a reader. But it's precisely what Umberto Eco does. The author of The Name of the Rose regularly includes in his books passages written in Latin, Hebrew, and Greek -- and offers no translations.
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Memoirs on the physiology of nerve, of muscle, and of the electrical organ. Country of Publication: England Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press, Description: xvi, p. ill. Language: English Notes: No more published.
NLM ID: R[Book]. The Translation Gap: Why More Foreign Writers Aren’t Published in America. It is well known that placing a foreign book with a US editor can be devilishly difficult. First, there are the unforgiving economic calculations that publishers face in taking a translation to market. This difficulty restricts the number of translations Weil.
In Germany 13% of books are translations. In France it's 27%, in Spain 28%, in Turkey 40% and in Slovenia 70%, but in Britain and America the best estimates suggest that the fraction of books on Author: Richard Lea. Make your book accessible to your readers worldwide, irrespective of the language!
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Sir, (John), [ Book: ].But fewer foreign books are translated into English: inonly one out of the fifty best-selling young adult novels had been translated from another language. This is mostly because translations can be expensive, and perhaps also because of a commonly held belief that readers aren't interested in books by foreign authors they've never heard of.