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Timothy Lane’s Translation Blog: Bruges-la-morte by Georges Rodenbach

Bruges-La-Morte Georges Rodenbach A number of writers are very closely associated with a particular place at a particular time. One naturally associates Wordsworth with the Lake District, many of his most famous poems being composed as he went for long walks over Grasmere; Dickens, despite the diversity of his locations tends to conjure images of […]

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Timothy Lane’s Translation Blog: The Devil in Love by Jacques Cazotte

Perhaps the most unenviable form of literary fame is to be considered an important precursor of more famous writers. The writer so afflicted is mentioned as an important historical influence on the development of a style or as a pathfinder for a later greater writer, but remains far less frequently read than mentioned. Cazotteā€™s literary […]

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