Monday, October 1, 2007

Interpreters in Literature

I wrote in a recent post about Jesús Baigorri-Jalón, the author of Interpreters at the United Nations: A History, a former staff interpreter at the United Nations stationed in New York, who also authored La interpretación de conferencias: el nacimiento de una profesión, de Paris a Nuremberg.

Jesús is one of many wonderful people in the interpreting profession that I have been fortunate enough to meet as a result of this project.

As I mentioned previously, Jesús has also written a wonderful paper on interpreter characters in fictional literature, which is likely of interest to many interpreters.

Now, with permission from the author, I am happy to share this paper here as a free download for readers. Click here to go to the main From Our Lips to Your Ears project page to download the file, and enjoy!

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