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Nicholas Jose suggests that 'the reasons for the invisibility of translation are at once matters of specific practices ... and larger cultural frames'. He provides some arguments as to 'why translation needs better recognition, understanding and valuation.


  • Originally presented as a public lecture at the inaugural meeting of the Australian Association for Literary Translation in August 2006, at the Monash University City Office.

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