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Tips for Reviewers

Tips for Reviewers: Comparative Analysis

[or how to review a translation from a language you don’t know] Eric M. Gurevitch’s review of Mani Rao‘s new translation of the Bhagavad Gita is exemplary. It¬†does what translators wish more reviewers would do.¬†Gurevitch illuminates Rao’s highly original approach to the oft translated epic poem that nevertheless remains unfamiliar to many Western readers, explaining […]