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Translating The Dangers Faced By An Author Under Threat

Posted at 7:48AM Friday 28 Feb 2014

It was hard enough to translate a novel set in Equatorial Guinea, but with Juan Tomás Ávila Laurel facing arrest the lack of information takes on a more sinister tone


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