Translating for Children: The Necklace as a Case
Keywords:Children, Translation, Translator, Linguistic level, Innocent ambience
Translating for children is a novel area within Children’s Literature as well as translation studies. The process of translation for children is not as easy as it looks. A translator has to pass through several problems as she/he has to keep several things in the mind: limited linguistic level of children, less exposure to the outer world and maintenance of innocent ambience. The present research paper is a critical and cautious attempt to comprehend the problems faced by a translator for children along with a somewhat contribution to this innovative field. The short story The Necklace written by the French writer Guy De Maupassant has been taken as a case study.
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