Lawrence Venuti - How to read a translation
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xxxLia Fail  Identity Verified
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Jul 20, 2004

http://www.wordswithoutborders.org/article.php?lab=HowTo

From www.wordswithoutborders.org

Enjoy:-)


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Sormane Fitzgerald Gomes  Identity Verified
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Very interesting. Jul 20, 2004

Very interesting article, Ailish. Thanks.

Sormane


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Terry Gilman  Identity Verified
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What a pleasure Jul 21, 2004

Venuti's article is a perfect way to discover this site, which is beautifully designed as well. Thank you!
Terry


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Catherine Bolton  Identity Verified
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Fascinating article! Jul 21, 2004

Thanks a lot! Very interesting reading!
Catherine


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Roomy Naqvy  Identity Verified
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you beat me to it... Jul 22, 2004

I also read it but my internet was too bad last three days or so... Words Without Borders is a great concept. And I hope more of us translator community will contribute there to make it a success.

Roomy Naqvy


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