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    No neutrality in another tongue: translation and the ethos of cultural...

    Nowadays, most people think of translation as an impartial, disinterested profession of fluent polyglots. Its history shows otherwise. In 1915, the renowned American poet...

    Murakami’s ‘Killing Commendatore’: where art can transport you

    Murakami’s Killing Commendatore got me thinking about art within literature. We can easily find examples of literature within art: Shakespeare’s Hamlet in Millais’ Ophelia,...

    And the winner is…? International Booker Prize postponed as book sales...

    "Restlessness gives wings to the imagination".Maurice Gilliams Dutch author Marieke Lucas Rijneveld chose this epigraph to preface their debut novel, 'The Discomfort of Evening’, long...

    Lost in Translation

    In an age of globalised literature and artificial intelligence translation tools, to examine the function of literary translators is to question the substance of...

    ‘All the world’s a stage’: Culture in translation

    With Shakespeare’s birth and death date happening on the 23rd of April, I’ve been thinking about what a great man he was. So many...
    Two birds in the Korean DMZ

    Review: Diary of a Murderer and Other Stories by Kim Young-Ha

    ‘It’s been twenty-five years since I last murdered someone, or has it been twenty-six?’ A serial killer suffering from Alzheimer’s attempts to protect his daughter...
    Original manuscript, showing a man in a red coat holding a bardiche, and a headless man on a horse.

    Armitage’s Gawain: translating in wylde wayeȝ

    "Translation is not without flaws – it cannot help but alter authorial voice, although the degree to which this takes place is certainly not consistent."

    Audience walk out on Anna Fendi’s translated Union talk

    Students describe scheduling as “unfair”

    Rewind: The English Bible

    Amy Booth examines the seminal 1535 release of the English bible