Lost (and Found) in Translation

And the many conundrums of the work involved.

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Source: The Harvard Crimson | Author Haruki Murakami and translator Jay Rubin at the Reischauer Institute | Photo by Eric A. Reavis

Or, did she?

There’s a difference between writing a story and being a storyteller, the latter being indispensable to any great work of literature.

Translators maintain the literary landscape just the same as the original architects, or they change the landscape altogether.

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