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The Unsung Art Of Theatrical Translation
Terry Teachout: "Were it not for their work, comparatively few of us would be able to enjoy the plays of Chekhov, Ibsen or Molière. They are our lifelines to the wider world of theater. Yet literary translators are the perpetually unsung heroes and heroines of literature. (If you doubt it, try naming a half-dozen of them off the top of your head.)"
The Wall Street Journal 08/16/13
Posted August 16, 2013 12:48 AM
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