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On Dubbing – Jorge Luis Borges

Art’s possibilities for combination are not infinite, but they tend to be appalling. The Greeks begot the chimera, monster with the head of a lion, with the head of a dragon, with the head of a goat; the theologians of the second century the Trinity, in which the Father, the Son and the Spirit are inextricably joined; the Chinese...

The Story of the Cat That Drank the Sea

Poem: Riyaz Qurana Translated from Tamil by: Rajesh Subramanian The drop that was sucked this afternoon was the last one. The sea went dry. From the moment the hungry cat in the painting transferred the sea into its stomach the black and white picture turned blue. The sea jumps from one branch to the other. In the gentle warmth of the kitchen sleeps the sea with soft undulating...

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