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Martin Sorrell

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Martin Sorrell

Martin Sorrell is Professor of Literary Translation at the University of Exeter in South West England, where he has been based since the 1970s. His publications in the field of translation studies include Rimbaud: Collected Poems and Verlaine: Selected Poems (both Oxford University Press), Elles: a bilingual anthology of modern French poetry by women (University of Exeter Press), and three Molière plays for Nick Hern Books. He has won two major translation prizes. Sorrell also writes original plays and stories for BBC radio.

Articles by Martin Sorrell

“Villon and I,” from “Territoires d’Outre-Ville”
By Mounsi
The ties between Arab youth and the law bring to mind, in many ways, a nineteenth-century novel. For a long time I was fragile, yet in the pervasive delinquency around me, I seemed driven by some borrowed…
Translated from French by Martin Sorrell