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AUC THEOLOGICA, Vol 10 No 1 (2020), 163–186

Na okrajích moderního polského biblického překladu: text Písma v nestandardních jazykových podobách

[Marginal Notes on Modern Polish Biblical Translation: Scripture Text in Non-standard Language Forms]

Josef Bartoň

announced: 15. 09. 2020


In the Polish environment, several translations (quasi-translations, adaptations) of biblical texts to dialects and a sociolect (slang) have been made in the last twenty years. Specifically, these are biblical texts in the Silesian and Goralian (Podhalanian) dialect, in which the whole New Testament was published as well as one text in the hip-hop sociolect (the Gospel according to John). The article presents the shape of these texts and comments on the circumstances of their origin, existence, and status in Polish society.

keywords: Modern Polish Bible translation; Silesian dialect; Goralian (Podhalanian) dialect; Polish hip-hop sociolect; Biblical text in a dialect and sociolect

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