10cf746e54 Weaver was born in 1923 and raised in Virginia. Because of the dialect, which he uses not just in dialogue but also in the narrative sections. HipHopDX. I think it’ll be OK today. WSJ: Why is it so commonplace to belittle reading in translation and to criticize the quality of translations? Disdain for reading translations seems to me less prevalent than it used to be. ^ Koslow, Jessica (September 2002). My parents were not writers, but my father was a great bibliophile.
Then you’re on your own. And then I heard about the American Field Service through which, remaining a civilian, you could drive an ambulance in Africa with the British army, if you could get permission from your draft board. Then I returned to college. You called Elsa and said, Elsa, I’d like tu—you singular—to come to my house next Thursday night, and she would say, Yes, that would be fine. There was a survey taken in the fifties and it was taken again in the eighties, asking, How much dialect do you speak? Do you speak only dialect? Do you speak dialect only in the household and standard Italian elsewhere, or do you speak only standard Italian? I’m making these figures up, but let’s say fifty years ago “only dialect” was perhaps thirty percent, and “only Italian” was, maybe, fifteen percent. She disliked and disapproved of Cocteau intensely, because she was something of a prude. I’ve got no idea!” That didn’t stop her, and she started calling me almost daily at ten-thirty, ruining my morning.