Worlds Apart? Finnish Translations of Australian Literature

Abstract

This paper will examine cultural relations through fiction and translations of fiction. More specifically it will discuss Finnish translations of Australian fiction and the role they play in the total translated literature in Finland, as well as the view of Australian fiction they project to the Finnish public.

The full text of this essay is available to ALS subscribers

Please sign in to access this article and the rest of our archive.

Not a member? Subscribe now from only $24/year

Published 1 October 1995 in Volume 17 No. 2. Subjects: Australian literary history, Australian literature - Study & teaching - Overseas, Australian literature - Translations, Crosscultural relations, Finland.

Cite as: Ventola, Eija. ‘Worlds Apart? Finnish Translations of Australian Literature.’ Australian Literary Studies, vol. 17, no. 2, 1995. https://doi.org/10.20314/als.136a224e16.