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Nigel Armstrong. Translation, Linguistics, Culture: A French-English Handbook. Multilingual Matters. 2005. 218pp.

Mona Baker (editor). Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies. Routledge. 1998. 654pp.

Susan Bassnett; André Lefevere. Constructing Cultures: Essays on Literary Translation. Multilingual Matters. 1998. 143pp.

Susan Bassnett. Translation Studies. Routledge. 2002. 176pp.

Jeanette Beer; Kenneth Lloyd-Jones (editor). Translation and the Transmission of Culture Between 1300 and 1600. Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University. 1995. 358pp.

Antoine Berman. Translated by S. Heyvaert. The Experience of the Foreign: Culture and Translation in Romantic Germany. SUNY Press. 1992. 250pp.

Reuben A. Brower (editor). On Translation. Harvard University Press. 1959. 297pp.

John Corbett. Written in the Language of the Scottish Nation: A History of Literary Translation Into Scots. Multilingual Matters. 1999. 199pp.

Umberto Eco. Translated by Alastair McEwen. Experiences in Translation. University of Toronto Press. 2008. 112pp.

Joseph L. Malone. The Science of Linguistics in the Art of Translation: Some Tools from Linguistics for the Analysis and Practice of Translation. SUNY Press. 1988. 241pp.

F. O. Matthiessen. Translation: An Elizabethan Art. Harvard University Press. 1931. 232pp.

Gunilla M. Anderman, Margaret Rogers (editor). Translation Today: Trends and Perspectives. Multilingual Matters. 2003. 232pp.

Frank Seymour Smith. The Classics in Translation: An Annotated Guide to the Best Translations of the Greek and Latin Classics Into English. Scribner's. 1930. 307pp.

George Steiner. After Babel: Aspects of Language and Translation. Oxford University Press. 1975. 507pp.

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