Un intérprete

Je ne suis qu’un exécutant, je me borne à traduire. Mais on ne traduit que son trouble: c’est toujours de soi-même qu’on parle.

Marguerite Yourcenar: Alexis ou le Traité du Vain Combat (1929).

No soy más que un intérprete, me limito a traducir. Pero no se traduce sino confusión: es siempre de uno mismo de quien se habla.

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Hadrian Bagration

Hadrian Bagration is a humble and avid reader and perhaps an author. He pleads guilty to a few titles. He is also an enthusiastic but somewhat negligent follower of such intellects as those of the early Sartre, Albert Camus, Harold Bloom, Jorge Luis Borges, the French encyclopaedists, epistemologist Mario Bunge, Richard Dawkins and the insufferable (in today's ludicrous politically correct view) paleontologist Peter Ward. Beyond the above, and besides a vague vital skepticism and abhorrence of the cult of zeal, he is known for being unremarkably collected.

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