A Definition of Translation

I have been invited to contribute an A4 page to a publication concerned with drawing and translation. This is my submission. The image is a drawing of Caravaggio’s St. Jerome who translated the Bible and is the patron saint of translators. The text that overlies it is my own.


2 thoughts on “A Definition of Translation”

    1. I was, yes. It’s funny, when I started my Phd one of the questions was ‘is this research timely and urgent?’ At the time I wasn’t sure, but am convinced now that I’m doing the right thing at the right time…

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