Tag Archive: translation

EIBF 2014: XIAOLU GUO

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This is one of a number of pieces covering events at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, which runs from 9th–25th August 2014 at Charlotte Square Gardens, Edinburgh. Xiaolu Guo read at the Edinburgh International Book Festival… Continue reading

THAT QUALITY OF THE GREAT BOXERS: The Battle of the Benns in Michael Hofmann and David Paisey’s translations

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Gottfried Benn Impromptus: Selected Poems, translated by Michael Hofmann (Faber and Faber 2013) Gottfried Benn Selected Poems and Prose, translated by David Paisey (Carcanet 2013) by Henry King   That quality of the great boxers… Continue reading

ARGENTINA’S CRÓNICAS: RODOLFO WALSH’S OPERATION MASSACRE AND PATRICIO PRON’S MY FATHERS’ GHOST IS CLIMBING IN THE RAIN

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Editor Rebecca DeWald travelled to Argentina and took books of and about Argentine literature with her, a literature which is receiving more and more attention in English at the moment. In this thread,… Continue reading

MONSIEUR SIMENON HAS LOCKED HIMSELF IN

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Georges Simenon The Grand Banks Café translated by David Coward and The Mahé Circle translated by Siân Reynolds (both forthcoming with Penguin Classics, June 2014) by Graeme Macrae Burnet In November 2013, Penguin… Continue reading

FATE, COINCIDENCE, LIFE ITSELF – An Interview with Beth Fowler on translating Iosi Havilio

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Editor Rebecca DeWald travelled to Argentina and took books of and about Argentine literature with her, a literature which is receiving more and more attention in English at the moment. In this thread,… Continue reading

THE MOST ANONYMOUS AND ANGRY OF PROFESSIONS: Esther Allen and Susan Bernofsky’s In Translation: Translators on Their Work and What It Means

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Esther Allen and Susan Bernofsky (eds.), In Translation: Translators on Their Work and What it Means (Columbia University Press, 2013) by Rebecca DeWald When Dante and Virgil arrive at the ninth circle of… Continue reading

CABINET OF CURIOSITY: Daniel Canty’s Wigrum

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Daniel Canty Wigrum translated by Oana Avasilichioaei (Vancouver: Talon Books, 2013) by Calum Gardner The “cabinet of curiosity” was once a staple of the private home of the wealthy eccentric, containing unique and unusual objects from… Continue reading

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