25 April 2019 1.00pm — 2.00pm
Lecture Theatre, Weston Library (Map)
Professor Matthew Reynolds
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DescriptionTranslation is all around us, changing words into other words, creating a huge explosion of different nuances and meanings. Translation is also a particular discipline in which choices can be judged better or worse, correct or incorrect. This talk will explore the paradoxical co-existence of these two ideas of translation, looking at a wide range of examples from the ancient world to the world wide web, and from poetry to patisserie.
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