A Rhetoric Analysis of the Conversation Translation in the Novel The Great Gatsby

Wenjing WANG


In the novel, the dialogue between different characters can describe people’s character more directly and vividly. Novelists especially emphasize character personality shaping through personalized language. In the novel, The Great Gatsby the persons’ personality can be reflected through the translation of the dialogue between persons. In conversation translation, the original style of the dialogue was retained. When the conversation was translated the context should be complied.


Rhetorical analysis; Dialogue translation; Personality character

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/n


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