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A few words on translation

George Puttenham – an early advocate for the visibility of the translator “[…] for in deede as I would wish euery inuentour, which is the very Poet, to receaue the prayses of his inuention, so would I not haue a … Continue reading

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Il Mestiere di riflettere

This is the title of a book recently published by Azimut whose subtitle is crucially important: “Storie di traduttori e traduzioni”. I came across it through the website of one of the contributors, Anna Mioni, and this excellent blog.  The … Continue reading

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