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The line that goes out for a walk

Tim Ingold. Lines: a brief history. Routledge, 2007. Print. An ecology of life, in short, must be one of threads and traces, not of nodes and connectors. And its subject of inquiry must consist not of the relations between organisms … Continue reading

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Introduction: books about literary translation, by literary translators

My interest in translation began with its purely literary applications, hence the very first texts I consulted were the ones written by practicing translators, publishers, and writers. In this blog post, I will review six books where authors reflect on … Continue reading

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