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Picking up on issues of translation and culture that concerned the early Republic, it outlines the “official” policies on translation found in reports from five national publishing congresses between 1939 and 2009. The first congress resulted in a major cultural breakthrough by laying the foundations of the Translation Bureau, which commissioned the rendition of some 1000 Western classics into Turkish from 1940 to 1966 (see Tahir Gürçağlar 2008 and 2009 for more details). Later congresses show Turkey growing in cultural selfawareness, the establishment of professional organizations for translators, and the new program for supporting translations of Turkish literature into other languages worldwide.
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