This leads to a climate in which "fluency" is narrowly defined as adherence to the current standard dialect of the translating language, preempting discursive forms that might register linguistic and cultural differences.
As a solution to this problem, Venuti puts forward the strategy of foreignization, which aims at "sending the reader abroad" in the sense of challenging dominant values in the receiving culture, instead of "bringing the author back home", as is the case when a translation is domesticated by assimilating the source text to those values.
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He criticizes the fact that, too frequently, the translator is an invisible figure.
He has been engaged in translation criticism ever since he started translating.