Category Archives: Catalan

malarkey, icon, mamba, defund,…

What do these words have in common? They have all been buzzwords in 2020. According to Merriam-Webster, the well-known American English dictionary, these words were among the most popular look-ups during 2020: malarkey, meaning silly behaviour, was used by Joe … Continue reading

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One Day of Life is Life: Joan Maragall

In this article we feature a video of translator Ronald Puppo talking about his forthcoming One Day of Life is Life: Joan Maragall (Fum d’Estampa Press), which contains selected poetry and prose of Joan Maragall (1860-1911) in a rigorously prepared, … Continue reading

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Memòries d’una llibreria

Manuel Llanas repassa en un llibre la vida de la llibreria Canuda, de Barcelona, i de la seva antecessora, la llibreria Cervantes, i també la trajectòria de la família Mallafré al capdavant del negoci durant vuit dècades (1931-2013). Llanas ha … Continue reading

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On Catalina Albert’s “Silent Souls”

Last year’s Catalan Review (Volume 33) included Ronald Puppo’s review of Kathleen McNerney’s edition and translation of Caterina Albert’s “Silent Souls” and Other Stories. His text recalls Francesca Bartrina’s key contribution to studies of Albert and we are pleased to … Continue reading

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Másteres en estudios de Traducción / Màsters en estudis de Traducció

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