Book review: Chiaro, D. (ed). (2010). Translation, Humour and the Media, Volume 2. London and New York: Continuum. 259 pp.

Margherita Dore

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Book review: Chiaro, D. (ed). (2010). Translation, Humour and the Media, Volume 2. London and New York: Continuum. 259 pp.

Keywords


Translation, Humour, Dubbing, Subtitling, Media

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