A book's final sentence is the ribbon on a packaged plot, tied neatly and prettily before an author hands her story over to her readers' imaginations for good. It's a last chance for a good first impression.
Many things are being simplified in a bid to make life easier. The forms and structures of the English language have changed from what we used to know, even the spelling of hitherto complex words has been made simple.
Translation is just the first step towards addressing your audience in a language they understand. To truly translate marketing messages, however, there's another step that marketers must consider - transcreation.
Foreign blockbusters often arrive in English fairly late. Yet few page-turning entertainments can ever have waited so long as Tales of the Marvellous and News of the Strange (translated by Malcolm Lyons; Penguin Classics, £25).
Almost half of U.S. children have a minority background, but you rarely see them in books. One group wants to change that, and research shows more diverse books could lead to a more tolerant generation.
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