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"Translations" Reading Response

   
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The English Soldiers are there to translate the Gaelic place names to English. Although Owen tells the Irish that they are there because "A new map is being made of the whole country" (340), and that it's being made "so that from now on you will know exactly what is yours by law...
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The English Soldiers are there to translate the Gaelic place names to English. Although Owen tells the Irish that they are there because "A new map is being made of the whole country" (340), and that it's being made "so that from now on you will know exactly what is yours by law...
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