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Margaret Carroux

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'''Margaret Carroux''' (died [[1991]]) was a german translator. She translated many french and english literary works into german, sometimes under pseudonyms like Emmi Heimann or Martin Boor. Her most famous translation is that of [[The Lord of the Rings]] (published as ''Der Herr der Ringe'' [[1969]]/[[1970]]), which she translated with the poetess [[Ebba-Margareta von Freymann]].
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'''Margaret Carroux''' (died [[1991]]) was a german translator. She translated many french and english literary works into german, sometimes under the pseudonyms Emmi Heimann or Martin Boor. Her most famous translation is that of ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' (published as ''Der Herr der Ringe'', [[1969]]/[[1970]]), which she translated with the poetess [[Ebba-Margareta von Freymann]].
  
The ''"Carroux-Translation"'' of ''The Lord of the Rings'', was the first german translation of the trilogy, a second was made by [[Wolfgang Krege]], published in the year [[2000]].
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The ''"Carroux-Translation"'' of ''The Lord of the Rings'' was the first german translation of the book. A second was made by [[Wolfgang Krege]], published in the year [[2000]].
  
Margaret Carroux tried to capture the literary style of Tolkien's original work, to create the same atmosphere in the german-version. During her translation-work, she uses the [[Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings]]. Some critics of Carroux accuse her of unify the speech of the different characters too much. But many fans like her ''old-fashioned'' rendering, because it follows the original text flow and the style very close.
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Margaret Carroux tried to capture the literary style of Tolkien's original work, to create the same atmosphere in the german version. During her translation work, she used the [[Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings]]. Some critics of Carroux accused her of unifying the speech of the different characters too much. But many fans like her ''old-fashioned'' rendering, because it follows the original text's flow and style very closely.
  
 
===Works by J.R.R. Tolkien translated by Carroux===
 
===Works by J.R.R. Tolkien translated by Carroux===
  
 
* [[The Lord of the Rings]] (as ''Der Herr der Ringe'' 1969-1970)
 
* [[The Lord of the Rings]] (as ''Der Herr der Ringe'' 1969-1970)
:* [[The Fellowship of the Ring]] (as ''Die Gefährten'' 1969)
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** [[The Fellowship of the Ring]] (as ''Die Gefährten'' 1969)
:* [[The Two Towers]] (as ''Die Zwei Türme'' 1970)
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** [[The Two Towers]] (as ''Die Zwei Türme'' 1970)
:* [[The Return of the King]] (as ''Die Rückkehr des Königs'' 1970)
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** [[The Return of the King]] (as ''Die Rückkehr des Königs'' 1970)
:* [[The Lord of the Rings Appendices|Appendices]] (as ''Anhänge und Register'' (uncompleted) 1970)
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** [[The Lord of the Rings Appendices|Appendices]] (as ''Anhänge und Register'' (uncompleted) 1970)
 
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*[[Leaf by Niggle]] (as ''Blatt von Tüftler'' in the book ''Fabelhafte Geschichten'' [[1964]])
 
*[[Leaf by Niggle]] (as ''Blatt von Tüftler'' in the book ''Fabelhafte Geschichten'' [[1964]])
  

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Margaret Carroux (died 1991) was a german translator. She translated many french and english literary works into german, sometimes under the pseudonyms Emmi Heimann or Martin Boor. Her most famous translation is that of The Lord of the Rings (published as Der Herr der Ringe, 1969/1970), which she translated with the poetess Ebba-Margareta von Freymann.

The "Carroux-Translation" of The Lord of the Rings was the first german translation of the book. A second was made by Wolfgang Krege, published in the year 2000.

Margaret Carroux tried to capture the literary style of Tolkien's original work, to create the same atmosphere in the german version. During her translation work, she used the Guide to the Names in The Lord of the Rings. Some critics of Carroux accused her of unifying the speech of the different characters too much. But many fans like her old-fashioned rendering, because it follows the original text's flow and style very closely.

Works by J.R.R. Tolkien translated by Carroux

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