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The Thorny Politics of Translating a Belarusian Novel

The New York Times Review of Alindarka's Children by Alhierd Bacharevič. 'Bacharevic’s rich, provocative novel offers a kaleidoscopic picture of language as fairy-tale forest, as Gulag, as monument, as tomb, as everlasting life.'
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Sophie Pinkham

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The New York Times Review of Alindarka's Children by Alhierd Bacharevič. 'Bacharevic’s rich, provocative novel offers a kaleidoscopic picture of language as fairy-tale forest, as Gulag, as monument, as tomb, as everlasting life.'
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