Monthly Archives: February 2012

Domestication vs. Foreignisation via Red Rage

I’m honoured to have had the chance to write a guest post for Lisa Carter’s Intralingo blog, which you can read here: Domestication vs. Foreignisation via Red Rage Thank you, Lisa!

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On Thomas, the Little Red Train and the Suspension of Disbelief

Fils cadet has an undying love for Thomas the Tank Engine at the moment. The fact that he’s only prepared to be read one particular Thomas story is neither here nor there, though a little frustrating when we have shelves … Continue reading

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Review – Conditions of Faith, Alex Miller

Once again, I won a copy of this book from the publisher, Allen & Unwin this time. Once again, it’s a good’un. From the first page, the writing is lyrical as Miller weaves the story of Emily, a young Australian … Continue reading

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Why I Love My Job…

I am currently working on a translation of a little illustrated book on the life and works of Gustav Klimt, and having such a lot of fun with it! Art nouveau is atyle that appeals to me, yet I previously … Continue reading

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