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Donald Revell: “A Family of Mountaineers: Barbara Guest’s Exceptionalism”

A Family of Mountaineers: Barbara Guest’s Exceptionalism

He was particularly indignant against the almost universal use of the word
idea in the sense of notion or opinion, when it is clear that idea can only signify
something of which an image can be formed in the mind.
—James Boswell, The Life of Samuel Johnson

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Donald Revell: Questions of Translation

In coming issues, OmniVerse will turn its eye toward translation, with works on and of the community of poetry across languages. We introduce these issues with this adaptation of a talk given by Donald Revell on “questions of translation.”

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