By C. S. Forester

His Majesty's send Sutherland is an uneventful send of the road. yet in command is none except the heroic Captain Hornblower and, along with his staff from the Lydia, seems to be set to tackle commando raids, hurricanes at sea and Napoleon's gun batteries.

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48 [Fragments of a vessel which are to be glued together must match one another in the smallest details, although they need not be like one another. 49] By transforming and renewing its source text, translation contributes to the ‘Fortleben’ [‘afterlife’] of the original;50 it also, however, transforms the mother tongue of the translator. Benjamin quotes from Pannwitz: [U]nsere übertragungen, auch die besten, gehn von einem falschen grundsatz aus, sie wollen das indische, griechische, englische verdeutschen, anstatt das deutsche zu verindischen, vergriechischen, verenglischen.

Forster has defended Herder from accusations of nationalism,68 but Herder’s influence on Fichte’s 1808 Reden an die deutsche Nation is certainly manifest in a nationalism that equates intercultural and interlingual mixing with confusion: Was dieselbe Sprache redet, das ist schon vor aller menschlichen Kunst vorher durch die bloße Natur mit einer Menge von unsichtbaren Modernism and Babel 29 Banden aneinander geknüpft; es versteht sich untereinander, und ist fähig, sich immerfort klarer zu verständigen, es gehört zusammen, und ist natürlich Eins und ein unzertrennliches Ganzes.

That ambivalence in part reflects the persistence of Romantic conceptions of the relationship 28 Multilingualism in Modernist Fiction between national language and national literature. As Herder writes in 1767: Wenn also jede ursprüngliche Sprache, die ein Landesgewächs ist, sich nach ihrem Himmels- und Erdstriche richtet: wenn jede Nationalsprache sich nach den Sitten und der Denkart ihres Volks bildet: so muß umgekehrt die Literatur eines Landes, die ursprünglich und national ist, sich so nach der originalen Landessprache einer solchen Nation formen, daß eins mit dem andern zusammenrinnt.

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