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Of course, as always, you can do it differently if you choose. Split infinitives are okay! Er, OK! The previous entry said: Such constructions are acceptable. Perhaps it will now wither. The new entry says: The data is sound. In scientific and academic writing, plural verbs and pronouns are preferred.
Megan Gannon reports for Smithsonian. They stopped inside a damp, remote chamber where a spring emerged from the ground. They were far from the white settlers and Christian missionaries who had recently arrived in northeastern Alabama, putting increasing pressure on Native Americans to assimilate to a Euro-American way of life. This spiritual event, perhaps ordinary for the time but revelatory now, only recently became known because of a set of inscriptions found on the walls of the cave.
A group of scholars have now translated the messages, left by the spiritual leader of the stickball team, and describe them in an article published today in the journal Antiquity. The inscriptions described in the journal article offer a window into life among the Cherokee in the years immediately before they would be forcibly removed from the American southeast.
The inscriptions were written in the Cherokee syllabary, a writing system that was formally adopted by the Cherokee just three years prior in It quickly allowed a majority of the tribe to become literate in their own language, and the Manitou Cave inscriptions are among a few rare examples of historic Cherokee writing recently found on the walls of caves.
Thanks, Trevor! Alison Flood reports for the Graun on an amazing find:. But the real deal has been found in Copenhagen, where it has lain untouched for more than years.
Today, only around a quarter of the books in the collection survive and have been housed in Seville Cathedral since Patrick Taylor, the LH house etymologist, posted on Facebook about the word sasquatch. Recently I became curious about the etymology of the word Sasquatch.
Most dictionaries say that the word came into English from Halkomelem, a Salishan langauge of southeast Vancouver Island and the nearby islands and mainland coast. But is there any more to say about the word in the Halkomelem cultural context? I wanted to write Galloway about this but he died in Still, I believe this etymology deserves wider currency. Anna Aslanyan a convenient name for this purpose writes celebratorily and lipogrammatically [or rather, wrote on March 29] in the LRB blog:.
La Disparition , a lipogrammatic classic, turns 50 today. From its first publication on 29 March , this book built a cult following. Staying strictly within this tight constraint, it says what it wants to say about its protagonist, Anton Voyl, and his vanishing act — a conundrum for his companions — in a grippingly ludic, rigidly formulaic way. Various translations of La Disparition painstakingly follow its track, cutting all that has to go without ruining its plot.
La scomparsa — alas, its Italian translator must languish in anonymity, too — is just as skilful in its acrobatic wordplay. Moving on to Russian and Cyrillic, V. Under Ramesses III, the battles against the Libyans in and had been nowhere near as conclusive as the official propaganda had suggested.
By the reign of Ramesses V, a land survey of Middle Egypt noted a substantial proportion of people with foreign names. The Libyans were by now well ensconced. A generation later, a boisterous community that had settled in the central delta near the town of Per-hebit modern Behbeit el-Hagar was causing the Egyptian authorities particular concern.
During the course of the Ramesside Period, Egypt had unintentionally become a country of two cultures, in which a large ethnic minority made its presence increasingly felt. The Egyptian military had a long and proud tradition of employing foreign mercenaries, and had therefore proved a natural, and popular, career choice for many Libyan settlers.
Whether manning remote desert garrisons or fighting on campaign, Libyan soldiers had served their adopted country with loyalty and distinction throughout the second half of the Twentieth Dynasty.
Moreover, some of the more ambitious Libyan soldiers had been able to secure themselves positions of considerable influence at the heart of Egyptian government. Even after the official end of slavery in , and prior to apartheid forcing the separation of people by race in , Cape Muslims lived on the periphery of the white colonial rulers, and they remained connected through religion.
There are two books, each handwritten by her father, and two older, yellowing books that are not mere copybooks but gracefully written, elegantly bound tomes in the practiced handwriting of religious teachers. One is in Jawi, a Southeast Asian language that uses Arabic script.
The other one is especially rare: Dated , it is one of the few remaining kitabs in Arabic Afrikaans. Afrikaans, which today is one of 11 official languages of South Africa, is derived largely from Dutch, as the Dutch East India Company established Cape Town and later all of South Africa as a stopping-point colony until the Dutch government was forced to hand it over to the British in In addition, Afrikaans also carries influences from Malay, English, Portuguese and Khoi, an indigenous language.
And the first time Afrikaans was written down—possibly as early as —was with the Arabic script, mostly for lesson writing in kitabs.
Linguists believe that although there may have been earlier Arabic Afrikaans publications, the first usage of Arabic Afrikaans, and thus the first written Afrikaans, appeared in homegrown kitabs. Afrikaans was not taught in schools until it became an official state language in We ask Abdiyah to read for us from the Arabic Afrikaans kitab.
She agrees and puts on her glasses. But then she wavers, becomes overwhelmed, a little frazzled. She only agrees to read us a poem she has written in memory of her husband.
It is time for us to go. Good news from the Library of Congress:. In celebration of the Persian New Year, also known as Nowruz, the Library of Congress has digitized and made available online for the first time the Rare Persian-Language Manuscript Collection , which sheds light on scientific, religious, philosophical and literary topics that are highly valued in the Persian speaking lands.
This collection, including manuscripts with some dating back to the 13th century, also reflects the diversity of religious and confessional traditions within the Persian culture. The unique manuscripts feature beautifully illuminated anthologies of poetry by classic and lesser known poets, written in fine calligraphic styles and illustrated.
It includes the Shahnamah , an epic poem that recounts the history of pre-Islamic Persia. Also, it contains the most beloved poems of the Persian poets Saadi, Hafez, Rumi and Jami, along with works of the poet Nizami Ganjavi.
Stuart Gillespie, author of the forthcoming Classical Presences: Thanks to increasing scholarly interest, we understand the history of literary translation in English better today than we did only a couple of decades ago. Bibliographical tools have appeared, historical narratives have been published the weightiest of them the five-volume Oxford History of Literary Translation in English , and critical studies are no longer restricted to a small number of high-profile writers.
But the record of printed translation on which this understanding is based reflects only part of the historical phenomenon, and not necessarily a representative part.
Translations that never reached a printer may hold as much interest for us as those which were widely read in their own day, and in some cases more. One example recently printed for the first time is the English translation of the Latin epic poem of Lucretius, De rerum natura , by the civil war period writer Lucy Hutchinson. Capitani, corsari e avventurieri. Dizionario dello stile corretto. Guida pratica per scrivere e parlar bene, Milano, Mondadori, La vita avventurosa di Lazzarino di Tormes.
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