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A Translator's Freedom: Modern English Bibles and Their by Cecil Hargreaves

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Among the pioneer movements in English biblical translation that started at the beginning of the twentieth century, or shortly before, two main ones are described in what foJJows. A mainstream movement has clearly been that which began with such pioneers as James Moffatt and Edgar Goodspeed. B . Phillips and William Barclay, and with official translations such as the NEB in Britain. The approach of this movement can fairly be summed up as 'a general idiomatic approach ' with its use of modern English idiom.

P. Levi, The Holy Gospel of John: A New Translation (Worthing: Chun;hman, l98S). Chapter 2 THE PIONEERING OF MODERN FREEDOMS There were a few attempts between 1611 and the mid-nineteenth century, especially in the eighteenth century, to translate parts of the Bible into contemporary English idiom. But they made little impact, in their day or later, and tended to be either very florid and diffuse or very traditional. It was only after the advances in biblical scholarship in the mid-nineteenth century that any real pioneer work in contemporary translation was tackled, of a sort that could be expected to achieve a good balance between sound and sense, style and scholarship.

1 the AV has 'Bless the Lord, 0 my souJ. ' (Hebrew biirak, Latin Vulgate benedicere), Coverdale in the 1530s had put 'Praise the Lord, 0 my soul ... g. GNB and NIV) have put 'praise'. Some too have wanted a much more radical change to English idioms that seem to them to catch in English more of the flavour of the original. For example, where the AV has, 'Bless the Lord ... ' in Ps. 1, Hnrry Mowvlcy translates, [Kneel. and) adore the Lord ... ';3 and, where 1 1. There arc of course, in English versions of the Bible, several different interprctiltions and translillions or this sentence in Heb.

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