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09/10/2013 08:17 am ET

Classic Literature In Translation: How Many Times Can A Tale Be Told?

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Leo Tolstoy's novel "Anna Karenina" famously starts "All happy families are alike." But what readers may want to know is how alike are different translations of such foreign classics?

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