Posts Tagged "Spanish translations"

José Martí: A CubanTranslator

Posted by on Jun 20 in Blog, Spanish Translators |

José Martí: A CubanTranslator

“To translate is to study, to analyze, to dig” such were the words by the Cuban writer José Martí when he referred to his translation of the work “Mes Fils” by Victor Hugues.

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La Malinche: The First Interpreter of the Spanish America

Posted by on Sep 20 in Blog, Spanish Translators |

La Malinche: The First Interpreter of the Spanish America

Mexican writer Laura Esquivel delivers an exquisite portrait of Malinalli (La Malinche) in her book and her contradictory role as interpreter and main acting element of the Mexican Empire decline. Malicnhe’s contradictions are portrayed in these lines: ” Ser «la lengua» era una enorme responsabilidad. No quería errar, no quería equivocarse y no veía cómo no hacerlo, pues era muy difícil traducir de una lengua a otra conceptos complicados.”Ser «la lengua» implicaba un...

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SPANISH TRANSLATIONS

Posted by on Sep 4 in slider |

SPANISH TRANSLATIONS

BUILDING BRIDGES OF COMMUNICATION.

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