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Este artículo aborda de manera teórica y práctica el fenómeno de la retraducción. El estudio propone una aproximación holística de la retraducción, empleando para su desarrollo dos factores esenciales en el proceso retraductor: la frecuencia de la aparición de las retraducciones de una obra determinada y los testimonios de los propios retraductores sobre su trabajo con esa obra. Se emplean cuatro versiones de la novela (Melville 1851) publicadas en España en un periodo de ocho años (2007–2014) de las que contamos con testimonios directos de los retraductores en forma de introducciones, publicaciones académicas y divulgativas y correspondencia personal. El cotejo de la frecuencia con que aparecieron esas versiones con las constataciones de los retraductores y los resultados de los análisis de tres ejemplos especialmente seleccionados de esas retraducciones ayuda a subrayar la importancia y la necesidad de la elaboración de estudios sobre la retraducción que vayan más allá de los estudios comparativos de casos.

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