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Fragmentation Echoes in Modern Translation Theory
International Journal of Comparative Literature and Translation Studies
The paradox of the Tower of Babel and the underlying story behind the confusion of tongues are inextricably intertwined with various linguistic differences across the world. The tool of language, regardless of whether it is a gift of God, or a purely human artifact, or whatever one may choose to believe regarding its origins, is a tool that allows us to communicate with each other, thereby opening the door for dialogue with the 'Other.' As the myth of Babel began influencing several scholars indoi:10.7575/aiac.ijclts.v.8n.2p.8 fatcat:xsqldxwnwna7jedoajjbvgi6ha