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“Pseudotranslation” now has a Wikipedia page

Wikipedia “Pseudotranslation” page that I created in May 2015 is finally getting some much-needed traffic. A few weeks after its birth some vigilante editor tried to take it down, citing “original research,” but other editors rallied to the rescue. I … Continue reading

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Pseudotranslation as discourse?

Texts discussed: Michel Foucault “What Is Author?” in The Foucault Reader ed. Paul Rabinow, New York: Pantheon, 1984. pp. 101-120. Print. Marcel Proust. The Lemoine Affair. Tr. Charlotte Mandell. Brooklyn: Melville House Books, 2008. Print. Paolo Rambelli “Pseudotranslations, Authorship and … Continue reading

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