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8 Reasons to Love Translated Literature

8 Reasons to Love Translated Literature

Wiktor K. January 22, 2015 Comments Off

This is a post about books in translation, and about a question that doesn’t really need an answer: why is it important to read lots of translated books? I’m giving you eight answers –

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2015: The year you finally read much more. Here’s how I’ll do it!

2015: The year you finally read much more. Here’s how I’ll do it!

Wiktor K. December 30, 2014 Comments Off

I think it started as I ran out of bookshelf space: that quiet, nagging feeling that I should be doing something. Books, ebooks, useful articles and clippings all clogged up the spaces I designed

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Launching today: the first 16kinds ebook!

Launching today: the first 16kinds ebook!

Wiktor K. July 5, 2014 Comments Off

Polyglots, language learners, lend me your digital reading eyes. This one is for you, and I’m so happy it’s out now: a little ebook that will re-kindle your love for foreign languages. Buy it

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Guerrilla Language Learning Update: German Learning Habit Revived With 7 Apps

Guerrilla Language Learning Update: German Learning Habit Revived With 7 Apps

Wiktor K. June 6, 2014 1

For the past few days, I’ve been learning German again, and this time more new elements have fallen into place. This is just a quick re-cap of how I’m doing. Remember – my goal

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The Multilingual Is The Political: How Language Learners Can Make a Difference

The Multilingual Is The Political: How Language Learners Can Make a Difference

Wiktor K. May 26, 2014 4

There is no way I could write a different post today. The election results made me angry, frustrated and motivated at the same time. The thing I know best – foreign languages – turns

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Language Learners – How Do You Read?

Language Learners – How Do You Read?

Wiktor K. May 15, 2014 Comments Off

One of the greatest joys of language learning is being able to read. Being bilingual means twice as many stories, twice as much joy – from reading in two languages. But the day-to-day practice

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