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Ten Questions for Margaret Jull Costa on Fernando Pessoa’s The Book of Disquiet

The Portuguese modernist par excellence Fernando Pessoa remains an immense figure in world literature. Any significant new translation of his work is an event worthy of attention (all the more so because much of his writing remains unstransalted still). But what do you call it when his undisputed masterpiece is translated in a new, impeccably Continue Reading
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