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Why Do Translators Keep Making - And Publishers Keep Issuing - New Versions Of Foreign Classics?
There are half a dozen English editions of The Decameron available, and the same number of Anna Karenina plus two more about to appear. (And let's not even start on The Iliad.) Why? There are several reasons, including that it can be a good financial bet. The Wall Street Journal 09/09/13
Posted September 12, 2013 12:59 AM

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