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"The Index translationum is a list of books translated in the world, i.e. an international bibliography of translations. Index Translationum is a list of books translated and published in the UNESCO Member States between and The website also contains statistics about the most translated authors as well as the most popular source and target languages. You can click here to read more about the Index Translationum or click here to start searching right away.
Isaac Asimov (/ ˈ æ z ɪ m ɒ v /; c. January 2, – April 6, ) was an American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston was known for his works of science fiction and popular was a prolific writer who wrote or edited more than books and an estima letters and tion: Writer, professor of biochemistry. According to Index Translationum, Christie is the most translated individual author, with only the collective corporate works of Walt Disney Productions surpassing her. Her books have been translated into at least languages.
Index Translationum: World Bibliography of Translation. Sponsored by UNESCO, Index Tranlationum is a database that contains cumulative bibliographical information on books translated and published in about one hundred of the UNESCO Member States since and totals more than , entries in all disciplines: arts and humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and Author: Literatures and Languages Library. The Index Translationum is a "World Bibliography of Translation." It contains cumulative bibliographical information on books translated and published in about one hundred of the UNESCO Member States since and totals more than entries in all disciplines: literature, social and human sciences, natural and exact sciences, art, history and so : Jeffrey Shane.
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Index Translationum Bibliographic Search Transliteration norms Statistics Last updates Partners Documents: Statistics - Search forms Statistics on data published until now by the Index - see last updates: The totals obtained can apply to all translations of the Index (from tofor all languages and world regions).
The Index Translationum is a list of books translated in the world, i.e. an international bibliography of translations. The Index Translationum was created in and.
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In was created a list of books translated in the world, an international bibliography of translations: the Index Translationum. The online database contains books translated and published for about one hundred of the UNESCO Member States since Index Translationum Bibliographic Search Transliteration norms Statistics Last updates Partners Documents: Statistics - Results Statistics on data published until now by the Index - see last updates: Statistics on whole Index Translationum database "TOP 50" Author; 1: Christie Agatha: 2: Verne Jules: 3: Shakespeare William: This is a list of literary works (including novels, plays, series, collections of poems or short stories, and essays and other forms of literary non-fiction) sorted by the number of languages they have been translated into.
This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding. The Index Translationum, the global UNESCO database of translations, only started receiving and processing data from the British National Bibliography very recently and still presents an uneven and unreliable picture of translations into Size: 2MB.
Index Translationum. Oficina Web UGR. This database contains bibliographic information about books that have been translated and published in a different language. You can find books published in more than countries since This database contains over 2 million entries on literature, humanities and social science, natural science, exact.
Statistics on Translated Literature in the United Kingdom and Ireland, countries which publish annual book market reports containing translation statistics.
The British National Bibliography is also the source of data for the Index Translationum, UNESCO’s. In today's post, we are going to take a break from our usual hard-hitting, cutting-edge perspective on the world of translation and tell you about a very interesting resource for literary translation: the Index Translationum.
UNESCO has been hard at work cataloging translated books and facts about literary translations for over 65 years, and they're all available online. Index Translationum - World Bibliography of Translation Restricted Access Description: The database contains cumulative bibliographical information on books translated and published in about one hundred of the UNESCO Member States since and totals more than entries in all disciplines: literature, social and human sciences.
The Index Translationum (International Bibliography of Translations) contains bibliographic information about translated books in all disciplines.
The books have been translated and published in the member states of UNESCO since The INDEX TRANSLATIONUM data base contains cumulative bibliographical information on books translated and published in about a hundred of UNESCO's Member States since and totalizing some 1, notices in all disciplines: literature, social and human sciences, natural and exact sciences, art, history and so forth.
It is planned to update this every quarter. Welcome to the Translation Database. The only resource of its kind, the Translation Database was founded in by Three Percent and Open Letter Books at the University of Rochester to track all.
German books are the most translated abroad according to UNESCO’s Index Translationum. Authors like J.K. Rowling and Jojo Moyes top both German and American bestseller lists, but it’s rare for a German author to top charts in the : Gabriella Page-Fort.
American publishers seem to be resistant to the idea of publishing books in translation, pointing to difficulties such as translators’ fees on top of authors’ advances, lack of marketing and publicity platforms for foreign writers and the fact that editors in the US do not read other languages.
However, books in translation can be profitable and attractive to readers, and the industry is Cited by: 2. The Index Translationum is a list of books translated in the world, i.e. an international bibliography of translations and was created in Author: Amanda Watson. Using the UNESCO Index Translation Database, which categories novels, plays, magazines and other literary forms by the quantity of languages they have been translated into, we present to you (from ) the most translated texts in the world.
20) Pippi Longstocking. The index lists all of the translated books in the world The Translationum boasts a collection of over 2, entries since it was created in and it is consistently updated.
The electronic database shows that the bibliography has overauthors publishers in countries.The Index Translationumis UNESCO's database of book translations.
Books have been translated for thousands of years, with no central record of the fact. The League of Nationsestablished a record of translationsin Inthe United Nationssuperseded the League and UNESCO was assigned the Index.The print predecessors to this resource began in with a League of Nations project.
The IUB Libraries own Index Translationum from to See IUCAT for details. Searching tip: Avoid punctuation when searching for an author: faulkner w not faulkner, w.