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1964. ). A. Waisman, Sergio. 2003. “The thousand and one nights in Argentina: Translation, narrative, and politics in Borges, Puig, and Piglia”. Comparative Literature Studies 40 (4): 351–371. Waisman, Sergio. 2005. Borges y la traducción. Buenos Aires: Adriana Hidalgo Editora. Willson, Patricia. 2004. La constelación del sur. Traductores y traducciones en la literatura argentina del siglo XX. Buenos Aires: Siglo veintiuno editores. Translating cultural paradigms The role of the Revue Britannique for the first Brazilian fiction writers1 Maria Eulália Ramicelli Federal University of Santa Maria, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil From the 1830s on, Brazilian men of letters largely borrowed fictional and nonfictional texts from French and British magazines to publish in periodicals which they founded, directed, and/or contributed to in the city of Rio de Janeiro.

Influencia del pensamiento Venezolano en la revolución de independencia de Hispanoamerica. Caracas: Instituto Panamericano de Geografía e Historia. Bastin, Georges L. (2007). “La traduction des catéchismes et la conquête spirituelle dans la Province du Venezuela”, TTR vol. XX, nº 1, pp. 215–243. , Echeverri, Àlvaro and Campo, Àngela. forthcoming. “Translation as the ideological back-bone of the emancipation ideology of Hispanic America”. In Translation, Resistance, Activism, M. ). Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Their transcendence has thus been very significant, because, through them, intellectuals, politicians, and readers with middle or higher education had access to studies which would otherwise have taken too long or whose reading (1989: 615) would have been limited because of the language.  From a translation studies perspective Miranda embodies the very model of a politically committed translator and agent of translation who sees translation as a weapon of emancipation and therefore does not hesitate to manipulate the original by adding to or substracting from the original what he considers relevant or irrelevant to his readership.

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