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Among all the mindless popular chatter about translation by the academic classes, this slim volume stands out. Sensible, practical, well ordered,
with sufficient practical examples and pointed discussion of essential topics, Thinking Spanish Translation shines above the encircling babble of pretentious translation theory. Rooted in clear demonstrations and practices, this course guide provides a solid foundation for those who already have reasonably developed competencies in both English and Spanish.
Should be used in conjunction with the Tutor's Guide and judicious substitution of some of the more dated ephemeral sample exercises. Looking forward to a second edition.