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The Shape of Water - (not the fish-man film) - June 2020 Book Group discussion thread

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Jul 2020
9:11am, 19 Jul 2020
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Excellent. Columba is down to do TMAM.
Jul 2020
9:14am, 19 Jul 2020
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McGoohan: "The Reader on the 6.27. Was it the writer's fault, or the translator's for this garbage?"

(It's a trick question - the answer is 'both' of course)
Jul 2020
9:30am, 19 Jul 2020
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Oh more comments thank you

Peregrinator thanks for your review

Also interested in talk of translation.

A while back a chat on twitter about Montalbano whose father had read quite a lot of the Books reckoned SS was the best translator don't know who the others were and what those books were like I was only aware of SS

I have TMAM on my bookshelf
Jul 2020
10:40pm, 20 Jul 2020
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Columba is down to do TMAM? Oh dear. I was hoping I could listen to someone else's explanation.

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Maintained by McGoohan
Andrea Calimari likes nothing better than a lovely fish supper with squid rings and thick cut chips. Lots of salt and vinegar and eaten from the paper. Mmm-mm.

By contrast, his pal, Andrea Camilleri writes the adventures of detective Savlon Monty Balloon who solves food-crimes. Y'know, like Rosemary and Thyme off the telly. Only in Italian. His first Savlon novel was Shaky in the Water about Shakin' Stevens taking swimming lessons from the Krankies. I think that's what it's about, but I admit I only skimmed it.

Now read on!

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