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The History of Translations (Past, Present and Future) [Infographic]


In the past, translators did not disclose their names, unknowns and unrecognized, although their work led to many major changes in society. They work hard to provide accurate translations of various texts for science, education, philosophy, religion, business, health, politics, etc. In recent years, some translators have been known for their translation of classic literature, ensuring that more people can appreciate these literary masterpieces in their own language.

The British translator Constance Garnett was greatly welcomed for his translation of Russian classics, written by some of the most famous Russian writers and novelists, such as Dostoevsky , Chekhov, Tolstoy, Gogol and Turgenev. We have prepared an infographic to show you more information.

Since the first translators, the rules on translation have been noted. The merger of translation rules and guidelines first appeared during the industrial revolution of the 19th century, although these guidelines were not followed, especially those with large demand.



The History of Translations (Past, Present and Future)

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