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Lost in Translation?
Two weeks ago I did a mishmash of a ‘review’ about two, (at least), books and touched on the fact that they were translated. Something that had been nagging in the back of my head for many decades came to … Continue reading
Posted in America, Books, characters, dialogue, experiences, imagination, inspiration, memories, Music, novels, poetry, reading, Tonette Joyce, writers, writing Tagged Boris Pasternak, choosing words in translation, coining words and phrases, Ernest Hemingway, Lyrics Shakespeare, play on words, Shrek, subtitles, translations, William Shakespeare 9 Comments
Free…Let’s Stay That Way
Our thoughts this week are to be on living in a free nation, and, yes, I am glad of it. In last year’s post. [ Now, It’s ‘Independence Day’ To Me posted on July 6, 2012] I talked about how … Continue reading
Posted in movies, poetry, Tonette Joyce Tagged Boris Pasternak, Boris Pasternak poetry, Call To Arms Agian, Cokie Roberts, Congress, Dr.Zhivago, Founding Mothers, freedom, Jeff Salter, Magna Carta, Montana, Protecting our freedom, Sam Neill, Sean Connery, The American Revolution, The Hunt For Red October, Winnebagos, World War II 11 Comments