Parable of the Perfect Translator

Kit Schluter

It happened with great simplicity, without affectation. — Virgilio Piñera One early May afternoon at a café on Rue Scribe, a strange man presented himself to the university students as France’s greatest translator. Yet when these students looked into the name this man had given, they could find no trace of either him or his
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