Translation as Treason — Michael Dylan Welch on Translating Haiku

May GLLI Blog Series:  Japan in Translation, No. 11 Photo credit:  Greenhouse Fabrics In The Book of Tea, Kakuzo Okakura wrote that “Translation is always a treason, and as a Ming author observes, can at its best be only the reverse side of a brocade.” And so it seems to be—the art of translation is … Continue reading Translation as Treason — Michael Dylan Welch on Translating Haiku