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06.01.2012

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Translation as refraction MP3

Translating literature from one language into another can be likened to the process of the refraction of light, changing qualities such as colour, speed and direction into another array of features, as Valerie Henitiuk tells, as well as about a translated collection of stories written by women from Orissa, India. Source: abc.net.au

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