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Translating Poetry: An Essay from Marginalia

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(With today’s post, the LARB Blog continues featuring content from its new Channels Project. The LARB Channels — which include the websites Avidly, Marginalia and Boom — are a community of independent online magazines specializing in literary criticism, politics, science and culture, supported by the Los Angeles Review of Books. Today’s post comes from Marginalia, an international, open access review of […]


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Censorship, Translation and the Chinese Market

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“To me the choice was easy…I thought it was better to have 90 percent of the book available here than zero.” Ezra Vogel, author of Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of Modern China, statement made during a Chinese book tour. “As an academic who doesn’t write for a large publication, I’m always happy to have […]