Poetry in translation: as good as the originals

William Shakespeare’s plays and poems are widely popular in Russia, not because so many Russians read English, but because of the brilliant translations of Boris Pasternak (1890–1960), author of “Doctor Zhivago” and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. Conversely, Pasternak’s novel Zhivago was well served in English with two …

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Kitten stolen from mother – $ 2000 reward offered

Olaf was robbed from the Whis-Purr Rescue animal shelter in Redwood City. Photo provided by the refuge. BY EMILY MIBACHDaily newspaper editor A one-month-old kitten was stolen from the cage he shared with his mother and siblings at a Redwood City shelter, and now the shelter is offering $ 2,000 …

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Luxury UK hotels at great prices

HOTELS in England reopened on Monday and are now welcoming their customers again. If you want to finally celebrate your arrival at a hotel, we’ve found some of the fanciest accommodation starting at £ 99 per stay. 4 Stay at a luxury hotel like Donnington Grove for less This article …

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Teams complete Cuervito fire extinguishing operations

SFNF News: Today, crews focused on maintaining and securing the line after completing the last 300 hectares at the southern end of the blaze on Thursday. The only ignitions today were manual ignitions to clean the interior fuel pockets. Burnout operations are now complete on the Cuervito Fire. Firefighters’ efforts …

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Four Run Fifth leads the Noles over Kennesaw State

FSU 6, KSU 2 | PRESS CONFERENCE AFTER THE GAME TALLAHASSEE, Florida – Florida State’s No.10 softball team (40-10-1) advanced to the Tallahassee Regional second round with a 6-2 win over Kennesaw State (26-26) . The Seminoles recovered from a two-run deficit with a four-run fifth inning to defeat the …

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