Tools of translation: Transfiguration of Quotes

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January 10, 2017

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Anna Martin, « Tools of translation: Transfiguration of Quotes », A Sanskrit adaptation of the Aḫlāq-i Muḥsinī, ID : 10670/1.5o2f1y


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The Aḫlāq-e Moḥsenī quotes from various sources such as the Qur’ān as well as classical Persian poetry. In some cases, Sāhib Rām remodeled quotes or replaced them by an adequate quotation or imagery from Indian mythological sources such as various purāṇa-texts. In chapter five “on Patience”, where Kāšefī quotes Hāfeẓ: “If you remain patient like Noah facing the catastrophe of the storm flood, misfortune turns into the opposite and great fortune will be bestowed upon you.” (Gazal 234) this is ...

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