Cambridge International Legal English Certificate Salvatore Ivan Italiano. Accreditation Number 500/4287/7 Legal English Version by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com The Basic Law – Updated as of 20 March 2009 Law of 3 August 2004, No.206. Published in the “Gazzetta Ufficiale” No. 187, on 11 August 2004 “New rules … Continue reading The Italian regulations in favour of the victims of terrorism (2)
Professor Saussy has a range of scholarly interests, including Chinese poetry, literature, aesthetics, and culture. His published articles explore a wide variety of topics such as Chinese musicology, the history of the idea of oral literature, Haitian literature, health care for the poor and contemporary art. In his first book, The Problem of a Chinese … Continue reading Comparative Literature — Its Current Situation and Theoretical Perplexities
Written by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com A few days ago I was talking to a Human Resources expert about the importance of speaking more than one foreign language. However, I was really surprised about his lack of interest in literature and poetry and I was reminded of how … Continue reading Literature is business. Period!
German version by Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano Ich mag die französische Sprache auch, aber es gibt einen besonderen Grund, weil mir die Franzosen noch mehr gefallen, oder besser: Ich bin ein Franzosenfreund, weil sie es nicht erlauben ihren Geist durch die englischen Sprachenkolonisten zu vergiften und nutzbar zu machen, … Continue reading Sprachen Kolonialismus
By Dominik Laska; Mittwoch, 9. August 2017. TagesZeitung; Pag. 2; English version from the German by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com The car manufacturers are now offering bonuses whereby you can scrap your stinking old diesel and buy a new model. For example 5,000 Euros for a new Golf. Are … Continue reading It stinks to the heavens!
Written by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com We have a growing sense of intolerance for many a spineless definition in the legal translation arena. We have to say that every time somebody spits out the nonsensical idea of a given precision in the domain of legal translation we wonder … Continue reading The Jibber Jabber of Precision in Legal Translation
Written by J.D. Ian Barton & Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Lawinwordsblog.com Once upon a time a blind date told me about his love for Tolstoy and I thought - wow, great! While I immediately conjured up my beloved Anna Karenina he went on to describe War and Peace as a great work. I … Continue reading Do you still love Charles Dickens?
The opera Eugene Onegin is, for example, one of my favorites together with Tosca which Donna Leon described as “a tawdry little pot-boiler I wouldn't cross the street to see.”
German version by Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano; © (2017) Dr. Salvatore Ivan Italiano In einem EasyJet Flugmagazin (17. Juli 2017) von Mailand-Malpensa nach München, habe ich folgende rühmende Ode zur Minibar gelesen. Die Angelegenheit ist so ernst, dass ich beschlossen habe diese im Blog zu veröffentlichen. Bitte, nehmen Sie deshalb Platz, denn …… die MINIBAR … Continue reading Trauern um die MINIBAR
Global study finds Milton’s verse epic rendered in languages from Tamil to Tongan, and argues interest is linked to social turmoil and political revolutions Alison Flood; Thursday 20 July 2017 06.01 BST Three hundred and fifty years after it was first published, John Milton’s epic revolutionary poem about the fall of man, Paradise Lost, continues … Continue reading Paradise Lost ‘translated more often in last 30 years than previous 300’