The Analysis of Translators from the Perspective of Deconstruction

  •  Xin Li    
  •  Shi Cheng    


Deconstruction is a revolutionary theory that challenges the traditional Western philosophy. Applied into translation theory, it rejects the central position of the source text and enhances the status of both the target text and translators. This theory explores a totally new field for translation studies. This paper will make an analysis of translators from the perspective of deconstruction by quoting Jacques Derrida, Douglas Robinson and Lawrence Venuti’s views.

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