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In Aphra Behn's poem “On a Juniper-Tree, cut down to make Busks,” the tree of the title is felled by Cloris to fashion the stays of a. Women as Translators in Early Modern England offers a feminist theory of translation that considers both the practice and representation of translation in works.
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Abstract The complex production of translation and editorial intermediation is a timeless, often contentious issue.