I once thought I knew the difference between translation and adaptation, but the more I thought about it, the more koanic it seemed to me, especially with respect to the theatre. The subject of translation and its variant forms is a specialty onto itself, certainly too dense to delve into in this article. However, this fall I witnessed three riveting examples of what might be considered adaptations of literary works for the stage.
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