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The Example Of Psalm 4

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In order to find out what exactly Clément Marot was doing when he made verse translations of the biblical Psalms, the author performed a close reading of one Psalm paraphrase in all its versions and with an eye to all its aspects. This chapter selects Psalm 4 as a suitable example for two reasons: (1) the text of this biblical Psalm forces the translator to make some translation choices which are not only linguistically interesting, but at the same time reveal a hermeneutic view on the Psalms in general; (2) one possess three consecutive versions of Marots translation of this Psalm that differ considerably, a state of affairs which enables to follow what Marot did. AN41 represents the first version (Group I). The last revision was not as drastic as the first, but still considerable and sometimes affecting meaning, as indeed is the case in Psalm 4.

Keywords: Clément Marot; Psalm 4

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