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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Irina Shamarina
Antilanguage in the Novels "Clockwork Orange" by Antony Burgess and "Cloud Atlas" by David Mitchell: Translation and Adaptation
Philology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
Artificial languages in the literature and their adaptation to the Russian language is still not enough studied topic. Such languages are most often used in the works of the genre of science fiction and dystopia as a means of expressing the author's thoughts and reflecting the orders and features of the fictional world. This work is devoted to the study of the adaptation of artificial languages in Anthony Burgess's novels " Clockwork orange "and David Mitchell's" Cloud Atlas " into Russian. The main attention is paid to the analysis of translation of author's neologisms and occasionalisms in both novels.

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