The various Harry Potter books are being translated into Latin and Ancient Greek.
Mr. Wilson, the Potter translator, is no stranger to this objection; he's been asked more than once by sniffy fellow classicists why he would bother with such a frivolous project. His answer is as refreshing as it has been, by his account, effective in silencing the critics. "I did it for the money," he announces cheerfully. That's an answer that makes sense in any language.I prefer Green Eggs and Ham myself. Perhaps with a different syntactical construction it will be clear whether or not the ham is green as well as the eggs.