Przekłady baśni pomiędzy mobilizacją narodową a komodyfi kacją. Niemieckojęzyczna literatura dla dzieci w dziewiętnastowiecznym społeczeństwie chorwackim (przełożyła Anna Arno)

Marijana Hameršak

Abstrakt

Translations of Fairy Tales between National Mobilization and Commodifi cation. German-Language Children’s Literature in Nineteenth–Century Croatian Society
After a brief review of the approaches of folklore studies and children’s literature
studies to the issue of translation, the article focuses on nineteenth-century Croatian
translations of German fairy tales. They are discussed from the point of view of literary
history, i.e. in the context of their textual and paratextual features, their relationship
to source texts and their involvement in the processes of national integration. They
are also interpreted from the point of view of the history of reading, i.e. in the context
of children’s consumption of German children’s books in nineteenth-century Croatia.
Finally, they are investigated from the book history perspective, i.e. at the level of
adoption of German children’s literature publishing genres and strategies in nineteenthcentury
Croatian children’s literature. Careful examination of these aspects shows that
the appropriation of fairy tales originally written and published in German in nineteenthcentury
Croatian society followed different (oral, written, German-language, Croatianlanguage)
routes and had different outcomes. The complexity of these routes and
outcomes reminds us that literature is not only symbolic (written, textual), but also
material (reading, editing, publishing). Moreover, it reminds us that children’s literature
is entangled not only in concepts of childhood and literature, but also in other cultural
concepts such as nation and class.

Słowa kluczowe: Brothers Grimm, Croatian fairy tale, translation, appropriation, chain translation
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