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Times Stephen Spender Translation Prize for Brian Holton Many congratulations to Scottish PEN member Brian Holton whose translation of Du Fu’s poem has been commended in the 2012 Times Stephen Spender Prize for poetry in translation. As far as we know it is the first time a major UK translation prize has given an award […]
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