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Methods of Artistic Translation of Comparisons (On the Example of the Story of E. Hemingway "Old Man and the Sea")

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Methods of Artistic Translation of Comparisons (On the Example of the Story of E. Hemingway "Old Man and the Sea")


Sayitova Komila Khasanboevna



Sayitova Komila Khasanboevna "Methods of Artistic Translation of Comparisons (On the Example of the Story of E. Hemingway "Old Man and the Sea")" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Special Issue | International Research Development and Scientific Excellence in Academic Life, March 2021, pp.94-97, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd38741.pdf

In this article, a comparison is shown as an expressive agent of artistic speech on the example of the story of E. Hemingway "Old Man and the Sea". In the process of research, all comparisons found were divided into different groups depending on the subject, structure, the degree of complexity. The author cites the differences in figurative and logical comparisons. Under the sample comparison is a comparison of two items, which has a common feature for them, in order to more brighter one of them, while a logical comparison is a comparison of two objects belonging to one class. Considered main ways to transfer formal comparisons. It is concluded that the translation of the comparisons found in the text is close to the original.

figurative comparison; stylistic agent; object comparison; comparative design; thematic group; structural type


IJTSRD38741
Special Issue | International Research Development and Scientific Excellence in Academic Life, March 2021
94-97
IJTSRD | www.ijtsrd.com | E-ISSN 2456-6470
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