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Foreign visitors of /lit/: how do you cope with a badly translated book?

>> No.18538810

>>18538375
You research and find a book so you don't have to read a bad translation in the first place

>> No.18539043

>>18538375
You do it yourself.

>> No.18540235

Well, that's why I learned English in the first place.
Russian language is unsuited for a lot of things.
Our official church-approved translation of the Bible is just immensely sad.
I read very little in my native tongue.

>> No.18540404

>>18540235
Comparing the Russian Synodal Bible to Vulgata Clementina and Nova Vulgata, it is almost identical. Also, it has unique and very strong religious aesthetics due to the specifics of old Russian grammar. I just consider it is great.

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>>18538375
I do not read the book.

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IN THE MIND OF THE NONCANADIAN ANGLOAMERICAN (THE UNITEDSTATIAN) EVERYONE WHO IS NOT AN ANGLOID IS «FOREIGN».

>> No.18540620

>>18538375
I read the original.

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