Thursday, March 9, 2017

collaboration & curly question



Kylie Farmer:[chicken out; collaboration; curly question.] I chicken out a bit with politics, the way I'd like to put it is that he is probably the most famous author and everyone likes to be with the cool crowd and hang on with famous mob. So, I think, you know, the optimistic side is that we all know how dominant English language is, and, of course, Shakespeare is from that culture. But if you look at it in a way where you can align it with another ancient language that is maybe a little bit older and translate something like that, it can be a really beautiful collaboration, so that's how I would answer that curly question. 


1. a piece of work produced by two or more people or groups of people working together;
2. the act of working together with one or more people in order to achieve something;

curly question:
a question which is difficult to answer.

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