4312Re: SHSI SHiJ translation
- Dec 14, 2013Now wouldn't that be a nice new project for SHSI? To compile SH articles in various Indian languages?
And thank you, Kumarji!
On Sunday, 15 December 2013 4:41 AM, KUMAR BHATIA <kumarbhatiashsi@...> wrote:
Dear Binand , Ms. Jayantika and fellow Sherlockians ,My apologies for having missed out Malayalam , Tamil and Kannada , I was simply not aware .KUMAR BHATIA
On Saturday, 14 December 2013, Binand Sethumadhavan wrote:Not sure why you missed my mother tongue, Malayalam! :-)BinandOn 14 December 2013 19:04, KUMAR BHATIA <kumarbhatiashsi@...> wrote:
Dear Murthyji,It is indeed good to hear that " Sherlock Holmes in Japan " is to be translated into Portuguese . Hopefully just a start .We wish your book will soon be translated to many other languages too , and your well written pastiche will gain a much wider readership .On the subject of translations , I have it from the highest authority , that great Sherlockian scholar ,Ronald Burt De Waal ,that the Canon itself , or at least some of the cases , have been translated into the following languages ;Afrikaans , Arabic , Armenian , Azeri , Bengali , Bulgarian , Chinese , Czech , Danish , Dutch , Finnish , French , Frisian ,Georgian , German , Greek , Gujarati , Hebrew , Hindi , Hungarian , Icelandic , Irish , Italian , Japanese , Kanarese , Korean ,Lettish , Lithuanian , Macedonian , Malay , Marathi , Norwegian , Oriya , Persian , Polish , Portuguese , Rumanian , Russian,Serbo-Croatian , Sindhi , Sinhalese , Slovak , Spanish , Swahili , Swedish , Telugu , Unkranian , Urdu and Uzbek.As also in Pitman's Shorthand as well as Braille !KUMAR BHATIA
On Thursday, 12 December 2013, VM wrote:Dear AllUnusual news.
Grupo Editorial Autêntica - Vertigo has signed a deal with HarperCollins to translate Sherlock Holmes in Japan to Portuguese and acquired the rights of the book for Brazil.Certainly baffling, as far as I am concerned. I thought I would share this little snippet of news for whatever its worth.RegardsVasudev MurthySherlock Holmes in Japan, HarperCollins,
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