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Speaking in tongues

As every cosmopolitan academic snob should do, I read the New Yorker. The magazine’s website, at least. Several of the longer articles they proposed along the years easily qualify as some of the best journalism I have read in English. … Continue reading

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Vacances…

Blog is on hold for the month of July, for the best of reasons: holidays! I will resume blogging in August. Waiting for that, look what I found: Ruth Roland, “Interpreters as Diplomats“, University of Ottawa Press, 1999. No scholar … Continue reading

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