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Palabras Errantes Latin American Literature in Translation

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Trivial Matters
Trivial Matters

By Leticia Feippe. Translated by Cherilyn Elston Ramiro made a face.  He looked at us and turned over the card he had just read.  He seemed to want to make sure that he knew the answer. “What item of clothing did the ancient Athenians use when they went to war?” he said, in a wise […]

The Inner Life of Walls
The Inner Life of Walls

By Leticia Feippe. Translated by Cherilyn Elston. Every so often I ask myself why people kiss. I refer to the simple kiss, stereotypical, non-passionate, without any erotic intentions. I’m not an anthropologist and my laziness to investigate prevents me from providing a scientific answer, but if I had the patience required I’d like to explain […]