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Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson
Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson This is the fifth in a series of interviews with people who are closely involved with Quebec literature on a daily basis, and the first to focus on the translation process. In the future, we'll talk to publishers, readers, bookstore owners, and translators to get a feel for today's publishing scene in Quebec. Arielle Aaronson is a teacher and translator and recently published 21 Days in October with Baraka Books. Interview with Arielle Aaronson Read more ›


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Translation by Arielle Aaronson
Arielle Aaronson, fiction, Hurtubise, Marie-Renée Lavoie, unpublished in translation, Young adult


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Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson
Passionate about languages from a young age, Arielle Aaronson left her native New Jersey in 2007 to pursue a diploma in Translation Studies from Concordia University in Montreal. She holds an M.A. in Second Language Education from McGill University and has spent the past few years teaching English in the Montreal public school system and creating educational material for second language learners. Arielle Aaronson, literary translator, translation


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Translation by Arielle Aaronson
Read more Review by Arielle Aaronson Read more Review by Arielle Aaronson Read more Review by Arielle Aaronson Read more Translation by Arielle Aaronson Read more Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson This is the fifth in a series of interviews with people who are closely involved with Quebec literature on a daily basis, and the first to focus on the translation process. In the future, we'll talk to publishers, readers, bookstore owners, and translators to get a feel for today's publishing scene in Quebec. Arielle Aaronson is a teacher and translator and recently published 21 Days in October with Baraka Books. Interview with Arielle Aaronson Read more


quebecreads.com

Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson
Translation Interview with Arielle Aaronson This is the fifth in a series of interviews with people who are closely involved with Quebec literature on a daily basis, and the first to focus on the translation process. In the future, we'll talk to publishers, readers, bookstore owners, and translators to get a feel for today's publishing scene in Quebec. Arielle Aaronson is a teacher and translator and recently published 21 Days in October with Baraka Books. Interview with Arielle Aaronson Read more


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