In this second part of his essay on the “cultural front” of the war in Ukraine, John Rodden examines Nabokov’s Gogol, as well as the rival claims made on other major writers.
Of Legacies, Larcenies, and Litigants (I)
The first of a two-part essay, in which John Rodden explores the “cultural front” of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia, focusing on the rival claims over Nikolai Gogol.
Filling the Space and Hiding Within
Mirgul Kali attends closely to «Amanat», a new anthology of translated stories by Kazakh women, and elucidates the challenging conditions in which the texts came to be written.
Hopscotch Translation’s One Year Anniversary
To celebrate our first anniversary, we've asked a group of translators to reflect on works they’ve loved that were translated from a language that they don't themselves know!