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Muggle and Quidditch in 67 languages, and counting…

At a unique event, summarising a 10-year translating phenomenon, all the translators of the Harry Potter books met in Paris to discuss “what was lost in translation” and to celebrate their shared experience. To mark international literacy day on 8th … Continue reading

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The BBC World Service is at a turning point

I’m sorry that I haven’t posted on this earlier but – like many interesting topics – I came across the whole question by chance.  Having read a little more about the issues involved, the whole subject  seems so fundamental that … Continue reading

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