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MYTHS ABOUT SPRING: PERSEPHONY

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Persephone - daughter of Zeus and Demeter

By Jovan Stipić Ah! Spring! I remember centuries ago, in kindergarten, there was a huge battle between Team Winter and Team Summer! While they were duking it out, I was just sitting casually, eating oranges on the side, and enjoying the best time of the year!

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PARADISE LOST AND THE ORIGINAL BAD BOY

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By Jovan Stipić For better or worse, it has become rather common for creatures of darkness, devourers of souls, and similar rays of sunshine to be depicted as handsome, tragic, and misunderstood bad boys, which can or could be cured of their misdeeds by the eyes of a lovestruck girl! While we will not go […]

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Lord Byron – Part 7

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Lady Byron

By Jovan Stipić Good day to you! Passing by? Staying for drinks? Well why not both. Take the drink and leave. For those who stayed and read our pretty grim retelling of Byron’s behavior towards his wife, let me explain two things. I didn’t go into some of the darker things he did as I […]

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Lord Byron – Part 6

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Lady Byron

By Jovan Stipić “Byron would never be able to pull with a woman who went to church punctually, understood statistics, and had a bad figure.” Again, a quote by Madam Caroline, of whom we spoke last time! Though I agree that women who know statistics are devils’ agents and women who go to church punctually […]

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Lord Byron – Part 5

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Lady Caroline Lamb -Anglo-Irish aristocrat and novelist

By Jovan Stipić “He is really the only topic of almost any conversation.” Now, dear reader, I would never say something like that about myself, egoless as I am; no, that’s up to others to say. But enough about me, this quote is of Lord Byron after “Child Harold” had been published. The Duchess of […]

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Lord Byron – Part 4

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Child Harold’s Pilgrimage

By Jovan Stipić For most of you reading, it must have taken you no more than a minute or two to switch from part 3 to part 4 of this Byron epoch. But for me, dear reader, it has been months. I will not go into why it has taken me so long to renew […]

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Lord Byron – Part 3

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House of Idleness - poetry

By Jovan Stipić Since the last chapter, I’ve heard feedback suggesting more focus on Lord Byron and less on myself. I wasn’t keen on the idea, but those who support my writing remind me that sharing my thoughts with you, dear reader, is perfectly okay. I have to give them credit – they’re truly fantastic.

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Lord Byron – Part 2

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Portrait of Lord Byron

By Jovan Stipić Hello there, dear reader! Have you been looking forward to my next piece? I bet you have, just as I’ve eagerly anticipated your return. After all, what’s a writer without their dedicated audience, or an audience without a reliable writer? But enough about me, you’re here for our dear Lord Byron.

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Literary translation

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Literary translation - skill or art?

Written by ChatGPT Edited by TRANSLATIONS Literary translation is the process of translating literary works, such as novels, poems, plays, and short stories, from one language into another. The goal of literary translation is to accurately convey the style, tone, and meaning of the original work while making it accessible to readers who do not […]

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The Translation Industry and Its Future

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Written by ChatGPT Edited by TRANSLATIONS The translation industry involves the process of converting written text from one language into another. This can include both human and machine translations and can be used for a variety of purposes such as website localization, legal documents, technical manuals, and more. The industry has grown in recent years […]