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Carry On, Leonora: 2

(Part two focuses momentarily on the image at the heart of this piece before pursuing these abstruse threads any further through the Labyrinth…) Naturally, that isn’t the painting’s full title, which is ‘Oink! (They Shall Behold Thine Eyes)’, with the … Continue reading

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Everything is Translation

(Sometime toward the end of last year, I was chatting via email with Fiona Sampson about a translation project when I remarked that I’d been thinking for some time of translation as being at the heart of a broader range … Continue reading

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The Osborne and the Cameron

The Osborne and the Cameron     disturbed the oysters’ sleep: by saving sandgrains from the strand      they made the oysters weep. ‘Should seven widows give their mites      to us for seven years, do you think, dear Ozzie, that … Continue reading

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