February 24, 2016


A bad translation is always worse than a bad adaptation.


Part of this is codified in the truism "the movie is never as good as the book." The corresponding phrase that relates to translation—"It's better in the original *"—insinuates that both the version you read, and you for not knowing that language, have failed.



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