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"Certainly not," said Anne, who had no desire whatever to publish abroad the fact that Billy Andrews wanted to marry her, preferring her, when all was said and done, to Nettie Blewett.
To work for John Benjamins Publishing House was still more important as this Publishing House, and personally John Benjamins provided a wonderful service to Czech linguists even under the communist regime, when his House was willing to sign an agreement with the then Czechoslovak Publishing House Academia to co-publish volumes with contributions written by Czech linguists who at that time were not allowed to publish at all or to publish abroad. As Academia got some foreign currency out of this business, John Benjamins thus opened the way for us to publish.
In some cases, authors will indeed revise and resubmit; others will wait for a change of the censor; and still others will decide to publish abroad. Mandanipur's novel was not the first to be translated and published in English rather than in Persian.
"The thing is that up to ten years ago a writer who wanted some sort of international recognition had to publish abroad. But now he can gain that kind of recognition while he is publishing in India itself."
Ramadan, who is currently working on a novel, says that he will be "very careful" the next time he seeks out a publisher in Egypt and may try to publish abroad directly, so disillusioned is he by his experiences.
At a larger level, I think there is a need for a serious change of mind-set among many of our successful scientists who still believe that you must only publish abroad. Even it means making compromises.
Some of them found opportunities to publish abroad.