Tag: language

L is for Logic and Language #atozchallenge

Posted April 13, 2018 in A-Z Challenge
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L is for Logic and Language #atozchallenge

Throughout April I’m taking part in the Blogging from A-Z Challenge.  I’ll be posting every day (except Sundays) on my chosen theme of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll.   For the letter L, I’m exploring the interplay between logic and language in Carroll’s works. Throughout her adventures, Alice encounters […]

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Discussion: What is the most important aspect of writing that you would want to be preserved from one language to another?

Posted March 27, 2015 in BOOKS
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Discussion: What is the most important aspect of writing that you would want to be preserved from one language to another?

Have you ever read a book that was translated from another language? If you’ve read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Anna Karenina, Battle Royale, Inkheart or any of these popular books, then the answer is yes. Many of us will have come across a translated novel at some point in our lives, especially during high […]

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G is for Glossary

Posted April 8, 2014 in A-Z Challenge
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G is for Glossary

Today I’m continuing with the A-Z Blogging Challenge. The aim is to write a post for every day of the month except for Sundays, with each post representing a different letter of the alphabet. This year I’m doing an A-Z of Great Britain, covering as much as I can about British music, literature, TV and film, food, […]

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