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How does an author decide how to represent a name from another land, language and culture, when writing a translated work? This issue is interesting enough, I think, to examine in some detail, with the side-by-side comparison of three different translations. Continue reading
My deepest apologies for not having contributed to this blog in over a year. For any of you who are still paying attention to what goes on here, I applaud your tenacity. As a note, this post is intended to … Continue reading
Read them together if you like, or take them separately – four little poems that came to me on this beautiful May morning. Happy May Day! And happy Feast of St. Joseph! The mist obscures far-away things, as if to … Continue reading
Here is a free verse poem that I just composed about a week ago, after looking at a raindrop clinging to the outside of a window. I hope you all enjoy it! A Raindrop Once I found the world, Reflected … Continue reading