The Making of a Translator
(Daniel Hugo) The Low Countries - 2010, № 18, pp. 30-33
Daniel Hugo, South African poet and translator, was allowed to go to Flanders in 1983 (during the heyday of apartheid) to study at the university of Leuven. He tells us all about “his” Low Countries.
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