Article: Name of translator in publications (books or other)
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neilmac  Identity Verified
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Just the cherry on the cake Oct 30, 2012

The article is well written and intestesting, although I must admit that I don't agree with its main thrust - that acknowledging the translator should somehow be mandatory. I'd have great reservations about working with someone with this attutide.
I'm always grateful (and pleasantly surprised) when my work is recognised and may even occasionally hint to authors that I don't mind them citing me, and there's never usually any problem with that, but badgering or threatening them with legal action doesn't seem the right approach to me.


 


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