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Pathology of Fouladvand translation of Quran within morphological, syntactic, lexical, rhetorical and semantic context. QHTS 2016; 2 (3) :127-149
URL: http://qhts.modares.ac.ir/article-10-7601-en.html
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Translationof Quranandtransmissionandclarification of itsgreat meaningsforPersian audiencehas alwaysbeenthe position of theefforts ofresearchersandscholarsofthisdivinebook. One of theinterpreterswhom many scholarsconsiderhimthe bestcontemporary translator of the Quranis Mr. Fooladvand. Experts regard histranslation reliable in course of matching texts,usingfamiliarwordsof Persian language, linguisticcompliance, and a newapproachtotranslationandupdating ofthe Holy Qur'anchallengingconcepts, applyingrigorouscitations. But despiteall theseadvantages, by paying aclose attention to histranslation, we cometothewrong points which representhis less attentionto some grammatical, vocabulary andliterary details of the translation of holly Quran. Negligence in someinstances lead to lossofmanymiraculous points ofverses, in addition to troubling the readerin understanding thetruemessageof the verses. The purpose of thisresearchis reviewing the translation of some verses based on scientific principles in morphological, syntactic, rhetorical and lexical fields,as well as proposing alternatives for translation of some verses.
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Received: 2015/09/21 | Accepted: 2016/01/12 | Published: 2016/02/9

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