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The other option is “futile and empty” (1992, 50) because it is only able to render elements from the source language that are already in the target language. Schleiermacher held the view that German is particularly accommodating of foreign elements, which in turn can effect a transformation in the target language: Our language can only flourish and develop its own perfect power through the most varied contacts with what is foreign, and to carry all the treasures of foreign art and scholarship, together with its own, in its language, to unite them into a greater historical whole.
Annie Brisset (1989) notes that because joual is associated with the working classes, theater translations into joual lead to a proletarization of language and a lowering of the social status of the protagonists. Translation out of the minority language is usually undertaken to raise awareness of the minority language and literature and allow its writers to reach a wider audience. This is often achieved through English, even when the minority language’s relation to English is embedded in a history of oppression, as in the case of Scots, Welsh, and Irish.
A companion to translation studies by Sandra Bermann, Catherine Porter