- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- Bilingual ed
- University of Chicago Press
- Randall Couch
- 221 x 149 x 20 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 359 g
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The "Locas mujeres" Poems of Gabriela Mistral, a Bilingual Edition469Specialorder (osäker tillgång). Skickas inom 11-20 vardagar.
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Gabriela Mistral (1889-1957) is one of the most important and enigmatic figures in twentieth-century Latin American literature. The Locas mujeres poems collected here are among Mistral's most complex and compelling, exploring facets of the self in extremis - poems marked by the wound of blazing catastrophe and its aftermath of mourning. Madwomen promises to reveal a profound poet to a new generation while reacquainting Spanish readers with a stranger, more complicated 'madwoman' than most have ever known.
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"This volume makes it easy for the bilingual reader to jump back and forth between the original poem and the translation to elucidate the meaning of a particularly sophisticated word or to tease out the meaning of an unfamiliar phrasing in the Spanish." - Translation Journal "Randall Couch has gathered a remarkable collection.... He has accepted the challenge of setting them forth in English, and one can only respect and applaud his efforts, undertaken with painstaking scholarship and impassioned linguistic acuity." - Calque "Couch offers a succinct, comprehensive biocritical introduction to Mistral and her 'Locas mujeres' poems, particularly exploring autobiographical issues in the poems.... Plentiful information on the rich cross-references... in Mistral's poems and on the identities of those to whom Mistral dedicated her poems enhances this volume, which will interest Spanish and English speakers alike." - Choice"
Randall Couch is adjunct professor of English at Arcadia University and an administrator at the University of Pennsylvania. He received Pennsylvania Council on the Arts fellowships in poetry in 2000 and 2008.