Release:2015, Vol. 1. №2(2)
About the author:Pyotr M. Shitikov, Cand. Sci. (Philol.), Cand. Div., Associate Professor, Department of Biblical Studies, Tobolsk Theological Seminary; email@example.com
Abstract:The paper presents the results of researching of realization of conceptual metaphor WAY in biblical texts. The author reviews different variations of metaphor translation in English and Russian. The aim of the paper is to present different ways of representation of the concept WAY by translators of John’s Gospel. The author reviews theoretical base of translating metaphor in cognitive sense, analyzes versions of translation of verses, where the concept is presented. The first part of paper is theoretical, second part is practical review of analyses.
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