Against the “Un-” in Untranslatability

The notion that translation may be impossible has been a central point of concern for a long time, and has undergone a massive reinforcement with the onset of post-structuralism. Klaus Mundt suggests translation builds bridges across languages and cultures: it facilitates communication because it is possible

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