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InExperience and UnCommon Sense in Translation

a lecture given by Anthony Barnett,

 

published by Allardyce Book

This beautifully produced little pamphlet is simply a delight and it should be acquired by anyone who is interested in the art of translation. 396 more words

J.H. Prynne

Hyperliterate: The Topography of Words

HyperLiterate is an essay exploring the platform of words in a culture that uses hypertext. This one is slightly academic, but don’t let that stop you from reading. 16 more words

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28-Erwin Sarmiento

Population on China

        China, officially the People’s Republic of China, has the largest population in the world today. In January 2013, the Chinese Government released data confirming that the population of China was an impressive 1,354,040,000 although this does not include Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. 268 more words

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WHEN DID WE LEARN TO BE HETERO?

After seeing a particularly intriguing snippet of the TV show ‘The Fosters,’ which illustrated a twelve year-old boy’s plight at being Valentine-less at school on Valentine’s Day, only to be approached by another twelve-year old boy to be his Valentine, I was instantly struck at how odd the scene was to me. 1,149 more words

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Be Known

To know
And be know
A heart’s anxious desire

From you all beauty grows
From you all folly spreads

For family to know
Beyond the burden… 86 more words

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Hello World!

A-cute-angel and a-cute-angle

Every journey begin with a single step, and today I’ve leapt into blogging community with next to nil idea about what I’m doing. 41 more words

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Dear Kat, you're not in kansas anymore

For the sake of remaining anonymous (because I enjoy the freedom of it) I’m going to refer to myself as Kat throughout my posts… fyi… 893 more words

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