2021-04-10 07:00

Joseph Brodsky (via):

Pushkin called translators “the post-horses of enlightenment.” If we take this metaphor to its logical conclusion (which is always dangerous), we should note that horses run as hard as they can only when a whip is whistling over them.

Or when they’re free.


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