Steiner, After Babel, Aspects of Language and Translation
After Babel: Aspects of Language and Translation is a linguistics book by literary critic George Steiner, in which the author deals with the “Babel problem” of multiple languages.
After Babel is a comprehensive study of the subject of language and translation. It is both a controversial and seminal work that covers a great deal of new ground and has remained the most thorough book on this topic since its publication. Director Peter Bush of the British Centre for Literary Translation at the University of East Anglia described the book as a “pioneering work which revealed all communication as a form of translation, and how central translation is to relations between cultures.” Daniel Hahn at ContemporaryWriters.com wrote that “It is extraordinary in making a real contribution to translation studies, while remaining fairly self-contained and accessible to people who have never before given the matter a second thought.”
After Babel was adapted for television in 1977 as The Tongues of Men, and was the inspiration behind the creation in 1983 of the English avant-rock group News from Babel. After Babel also inspired work by cultural psychiatrist Vincenzo Di Nicola on intercultural communication and cultural family therapy, adopting “beyond Babel” as a metaphor.
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