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Jennifer Croft
2018 for translation . 2018-19 fellow.
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Jennifer Croft 19m
I’m in Poland now, but: these translation fauna at the Cornell Third Voices for the New Century conference last weekend! This is also a situation. How could I not.
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Stig Abell 26m
I do enjoy this judgement, which has stood the test of time.
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Jennifer Croft 32m
Replying to @johnlingan
Yes!! It is awesome.
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Replying to @laravergnaud
Ah, ❤️.
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Jennifer Croft 33m
Wrocław selfie.
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Jennifer Croft 7h
Cool! I wanna read the bio. P.S. I miss you (and I’ve only been gone two days).
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Nicolette Praça 10h
One to look out for in 2020...
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Sophie Baggott 8h
Dip into iTunes for my chat with International ⁦⁩-winning translator , who is wonderful in conversation as well as on the pages | ⁦
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Jennifer Croft 7h
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Jennifer Croft 22h
Happy birthday!!!
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Jennifer Croft 22h
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Jennifer Croft 22h
Off to Wrocław!
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Laurence Laluyaux Sep 17
Olga Tokarczuk’s Books of Jakob is longlisted for the Prix Femina Etranger! (translation by Maryla Laurent)
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Sean Gasper Bye Sep 17
Sept 27: Olga Tokarczuk and at Brooklyn Central Library, hosted by
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Sean Gasper Bye Sep 17
Sept 26: Olga Tokarczuk and at Community Bookstore. Need I say more?
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Fitzcarraldo Editions Sep 17
ICYMI – Olga Tokarczuk's FLIGHTS (tr. ) is on the inaugural National Book Awards in translated literature longlist, with other great writers inc ' Hanne Ørstavik, 's Roque Larraquy & ' Yoko Tawada:
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Jennifer Croft Sep 17
What a photo!! 😻😻
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Emma Ramadan Sep 16
The third installment of my translator's diary - this one less of a diary and more of a love letter to Kate Briggs, Marguerite Duras, and my co-translator Olivia Baes - is up on the Quarterly Conversation!
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Jennifer Croft Sep 17
"A really good book can change the way we see things, and DRIVE YOUR PLOW OVER THE BONES OF THE DEAD (tr. Antonia Lloyd-Jones, from ) unequivocally excels at this." Wonderful review of the new Tokarczuk from Antonia Cundy at .
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C H A R L I E Sep 17
"Do you feel something when you read the translator’s English words? Do you feel the jolt? This is the work of the translator. Not the words but what the words call forth in you in English." - another amazing piece!👏
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