The New York Times on Fagles and Crick

April 13, 2004

The New York Times on Fagles and Crick

Posted by Ed

When I rule the world, no one will be surprised at all when America's newspaper of record publishes a profile of a prominent translator (Robert Fagles) and a profile of a famous biologist (Francis Crick) on the same day. I wish the profile of Fagles had discussed the nuances of translation in more detail, but it was a nice article nonetheless.

On a completely unrelated note, here's a Washington Post article on the divorce and custody battle surrounding Gulnora Karimova, the daughter of Uzbekistan's president. Larry McMurtry's New York Review article on Ulysses Grant has some interesting moments, too.

Posted by Ed at April 13, 2004 09:19 AM
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