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[Literary Translation] The Concept of Fidelity: Where Do You Stand?

Literary translation is considered one of four categories of the field of translation that is distinguished through the presence of aesthetics and that attempts to authentically represent the stylistic and linguistic approach used by the author of the original work. 341 more words


The Secret Life of Sleep by Kat Duff

Ever have a difficult time falling asleep? Wake up in the night and fret over hours of lost rest? Millions and millions of Americans struggle with sleep issues every night, adding one of the most basic human functions to an ever-growing list of things that perpetuate anxiety in our frantic modern world. 303 more words

Book Suggestions By WCPL Staff

Review of "The Knowledge: How to Rebuild our World from Scratch" by Lewis Dartnell

The Knowledge: How to Rebuild our World from Scratch is the latest book by Dr. Lewis Dartnell. As a science professor at the University of Leicester, Dartnell’s previous works introduce readers to the solar system and the universe. 702 more words

Book Reviews

Strangers on a Bus ~ Promo Blitz & Giveaway

Romantic Comedy / Memoir

Date Published: March 29, 2011


If you liked When Harry Met Sally, you’ll fall in love with Robb and Gertrude from Strangers on a Bus… … 962 more words


Wednesday Writers Wisdom: Cassidy Frazee

Today, I have Cassidy Frazee visiting the blog. She has been kind enough to put together a post talking about her writing process. I am out of town today, so I turn my blog over to Cassidy willingly. 2,498 more words


Writing About Frankenstein

Frankenstein’s castle has changed over the ages. Here’s it’s bad 19th century fictional remake.

 Burg Frankenstein, Darmstadt

Here’s its contemporary remake.

Chief Joseph Dam View Point, 17 more words

Creative Writing