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Is there a Literature of Multilinguality?

One can speak of a literature of multilingualism when taking into account the movement of words, terms, and even grammatical structures from one language to another. This panel focuses of what happens when authors switch from their mother tongue to a written language that requires them to paraphrase what cannot be translated directly, a process that reveals the blind spots of perception in both languages.

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