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I often find myself working on texts which contain either extracts or references to literary works.
An example would be a new text referring to the line 'to be or not to be' - the reference to Shakespeare is blatant, and when translating this, for example into Khmer, we have to ask ourselves, 'has this already been translated?'
Does anyone have any tips on how to find out what translations already exist for a particular work?
Furthermore, if anyone knows if Hamlet has been translated into Khmer (which I highly doubt), I would be very grateful if they could let me know.
Tom Bool Integro Languages
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