Paul Engle Quote: “For my Oxford degree, I had…”

For my Oxford degree, I had to translate French and German philosophy (as it turned out, Descartes and Kant) at sight without a dictionary. That meant Germany for my first summer vacation, to learn the thorny language on my own.

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Name: Paul Engle
Profession: Poet
Nationality: American
Born: 1908
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