Literature vs Translation - What's the difference?
As nouns the difference between literature and translation
is that literature
is the body of all written works while translation
is translation parallel displacement (motion without deformation or rotation).
* literatuer (obsolete)
The body of all written works.
The collected creative writing of a nation, people, group or culture.
All the papers, treatises etc. published in academic journals on a particular subject.
Written fiction of a high standard.
- The obvious question to ask at this point is: ‘Why posit the existence of a set of Thematic Relations (THEME, AGENT, INSTRUMENT, etc.) distinct from constituent structure relations?? The answer given in the relevant literature is that a variety of linguistic phenomena can be accounted for in a more principled way in terms of Thematic Functions than in terms of constituent structure relations.
- However, even “literary” science fiction rarely qualifies as literature , because it treats characters as sets of traits rather than as fully realized human beings with unique life stories. —Adam Cadre, 2008
* See also
* translatioun (obsolete)
(label) The act or (label) an act of translating, in its various senses:
# The conversion of text from one language to another.
# The conversion of something from one form or medium to another.
# (label) A motion or compulsion to motion in a straight line without rotation or other deformation.
# (label) The process whereby a strand of mRNA directs assembly of amino acids into proteins within a ribosome.
# A transfer of motion occurring within a gearbox.
# The conveyance of something from one place to another, especially:
## (label) An ascension to Heaven without death.
## (label) A transfer of a bishop from one diocese to another.
## (label) A transfer of a holy relic from one shrine to another.
## (label) A transfer of a disease from one body part to another.
(label) The product or end result of an act of translating, in its various senses.
* fan translation
* machine translation
* translation studies