Learning languages is among the most frustrating experiences a human being can go through, because no matter how hard you try to learn a language and a culture, there will always be stuff that is otherwise obvious to everyone else and that you do not know. I figured that out a few years ago while … Continue reading Don DeLillo by Don DeLillo
Imposter syndrome: Why do so many women feel like frauds? by Claire Cohen in The Telegraph.
Infinite complexity: on translating David Foster Wallace into Greek by Scott Esposito on Literary Hub.
World-famous linguist David Crystal and his son, actor Ben Crystal, look at the original pronunciation of Shakespeare's texts in a video on 22 Words.
How things have changed for female academics by Myra Strober on The Times Higher Education, or how a rejection in 1970 for a tenure-track position inspired a lifetime of struggle against sexism.
BBC English: does it dictate proper pronunciation? by Juerg Schwyter (OxfordWords Blog)
Les fautes d’orthographe diminuent les chances d’être recruté par Agathe Charnet (Le Monde Campus)
How Italy Improved My English by Tim Parks (The New York Review of Books)