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1. Translator Update #4: A Grubby Job

Whenever I read about Constance Garnett, doyenne of Russian-to-English literary translation, sitting in the garden and banging out her work with scarcely a break for reflection (“She would finish a page,” D.H. Lawrence tells us, “and throw it off on a pile on the floor without looking up...”), I don’t know whether to laugh or cry.

Tags: hawk, pet hawk, chen, the silk road trilogy
By Liv Bliss
2. Translator Update #3: Making Sausage

If even gently pressed, I will readily admit to belonging to the Just Do It school of translation. I have never been big on translation theory, not least from fear of suffering the fate of the centipede who, on being asked how he managed to walk with so many legs, promptly fell over.

Tags: translation, chen, silk road trilogy
By Liv Bliss
3. Translator Update #2: Tightrope Walking

If even gently pressed, I will readily admit to belonging to the Just Do It school of translation. I have never been big on translation theory, not least from fear of suffering the fate of the centipede who, on being asked how he managed to walk with so many legs, promptly fell over.

Tags: translation, chen, silk road trilogy
By Liv Bliss
4. Translator Update #1: Getting to know Nanidat

The first of a series of updates from Liv Bliss, translator of the Silk Road Trilogy, as she updates readers on her progress on the translation of Dmitry Chen’s Pet Hawk of the House of Abbas.

Tags: translation, chen, central asia
By Liv Bliss

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