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Atlas to the Text

Loyalty to authorial intent and desire for creativity are two of the many irreconcilable imperatives for translators.

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Loyalty to authorial intent and the creative desire for interpretation are two of the many irreconcilable imperatives for translators.

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Jill Lepore, a staff writer at the New Yorker and a distinguished scholar of American History, reads an excerpt from her new book,"The Whites of Their Eyes: The Tea Party's Revolution and the Battle over American History."

Student Life

Redwall Series Author Dies

British author Brian Jacques, who died of a heart attack on Feb. 5 at age 71, brought tales of adventure to the imaginations of children throughout the world, including ones who later came to Harvard.

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Odds Bodkin accompanies his recitation of the "Tales of the Greek" with the harp at the Sackler Museum yesterday.

Film

Panel Sees Value in Children's Literature

Children’s literature is more important than ever in an increasingly fast-paced society, according to a panel of five authors and two filmmakers hosted by the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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Michael Klein, author of “then, we were still living”, charms the crowd with expressive readings of several of his poems at the Blacksmith House Poetry Series sponsored by the Cambridge For Adult Education yesterday.

Books and Bytes
Radcliffe Institute

Books and Bytes

Scholars at Harvard and beyond investigate how writers and readers are adapting to the digital age.

On Campus

Today in Photos (09/30/10)

Harvard Thinks Big: 10 Professors, 10 Minutes to Speak
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Harvard Thinks Big: 10 Professors, 10 Minutes to Speak

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