An American observer comments on French politics.
excellent and much appreciated since i've not been able to get my hands on the book yet, but i would love to have a transcript if it were possible thanks
A most engaging and enlightening discussion. As a fellow translator, I was of course especially interested in your account of how you got into the trade and how you see its challenges. Thanks for putting this up on your blog.
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v interesting & now I too want to read your translation!
Wonderfully generous and lucid two-voiced exposition (of both the book and the art of translation) -- thank you. Listening to this exchange, it struck me that TP is the French Albert O. Hirschman. Those who are waiting for their turn to get TP from their public library might consider taking a detour through "The Essential Hirschman" edited by J. Adelman, the author of "Worldy Philosopher: The Odyssey of Albert O. Hirschman" -- for a summary, see M. Gladwell's review "The Gift of Doubt" in the New Yorker, 23 June 2013, pp. 74-79.
Very interesting conversation, thank you!I'm also glad to read the book you translated is a true hit — presently nr3 on amazon.com, that's great! This interview should be, too. I feard to miss most of it as I'm, well, French, and can't speak English fluently; but it sounds like the translator expresses himself in an English a French can easily get: additional congratulations!It's quite emotional and sensible too on your, say, early years — a beautiful testimony.
What a wonderfully slow-paced and thoughtful interview. Thank you,Mary
after all these years of following your blog, I finally saw and heard you! Yet I keep assuming you look like Montaigne...lolNice discussion. Bloggingheads often has good topics and discussions to watch & listen to.
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