Translations From The Natural World

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Translations From The Natural World

Author : Les Murray
ISBN : 9781466894839
Genre : Poetry
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The centerpiece of this collection of poems is "Presence," a sequence of forty "translations from the natural world" about a variety of settings and their amazing denizens. Lyre birds, honeycombs, sea lions, possums, all act as spurs for Murray's protean talent for description and imitation. "Even with a score of volumes and a king's ransom of literary honors to his credit, Australian poet Murray refuses to take words for granted. His latest collection is a forceful blend of formalism and experimentation, a test of imagination, ear, and tongue for both poet and reader." - Library Journal
Category: Poetry

Translations From The Natural World

Author : Les Murray
ISBN : OCLC:1107693018
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Ravens, cuttlefish, sunflowers and a shell-back tick are among those non-verbal members of our natural world which find distinctive voices in this new collection of poems by Les Murray. Few poets could achieve such variety of approach to express character and feelings and to give us their vision of the universe. 1993.
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Challenges Of Translation In French Literature

Author : Richard Bales
ISBN : IND:30000116085873
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In celebrating the academic career and practice of a distinguished scholar of French literature, this volume concentrates on one of Peter Broome's major preoccupations and attainments: translation. Eschewing a dogmatic, theoretical approach, the contributors (former colleagues and students) tackle four rich areas of study: modern anglophone poets' reactions to, and translations of, authors with whom they have closely identified (Racine, the Symbolists, Saint-John Perse, Valery); problematics of translating specific poets of recent centuries (Rimbaud, Mallarme, Valery, Cesaire, some contemporary poets); reception and interaction in two foreign countries (Australia, Spain); and a more fluid interpretation of translation, moving the notion across into wider realms of literary expression (Mallarme, Proust, Assia Djebar). A focalising feature, punctuating the volume, are Peter Broome's own translations of hitherto unpublished poems by five major contemporary French writers: Jean-Paul Auxemery, Marie-Claire Bancquart, Louise Merlin, Venus Khoury-Ghata and Jean-Charles Vegliante. The book thus intertwines theory and practice in a non-prescriptive manner which invites further elaboration and analysis.
Category: Literary Criticism

Luminaries In The Natural World

Author : Anna Marie Eleanor Roos
ISBN : UOM:39015060080846
Genre : Science
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This book demonstrates that the luminaries were transformed from peerless bodies that radiated powerful forces into objects of scientific study, and in the case of the moon, a place to visit imaginatively with its own geography and probable inhabitants. Utilizing literary, historical, and visual evidence, Luminaries in the Natural World indicates how and why these changes in solar and lunar perceptions occurred among the scientific community from 1400 to 1680, breaking new ground with its emphasis on influences from cartography, astrology, and hermeticism.
Category: Science

Fragmente

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ISBN : UOM:39015068954562
Genre : Poetics
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Category: Poetics

Translating Nature Terminology

Author : Wojtek Kasprzak
ISBN : 9781443830942
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Translating Nature Terminology hopes to fill a vacuum in the market, combining practical advice for translators with aspects of linguistics and natural sciences. It is a response to the growing popularity of bilingual (Polish-English) publications on nature in Poland, which, however, abound in mistranslated nature terminology. Using cognitivism-based analysis, it traces the vagaries of categorisation of the natural world within one language as well as interlingually, with a view to helping translators find suitable equivalents of concepts and terms representing them. Translators can learn, for instance, when overspecification, underspecification or domestication are justified and when they become a translation error, what to do with the names of cultivars, or in what context one should render turzycowisko as “tall sedge swamp” and where as “sedge fen.” The book also demonstrates that terminological correctness is not only a must for informative texts but it is often indispensable to ensure the coherence of literary works. It pays particular attention to the penetration of folk terms into specialist texts and vice versa. The reliability of dictionaries, both general and specialist, is called into question and keeping in touch with up-to-date professional sources is recommended instead. All the above claims are thoroughly researched and amply exemplified.
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The Space Of Poetry

Author : Lyn McCredden
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020746819
Genre : Australian poetry
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Category: Australian poetry

Out Of The Western Box

Author : Joon-Hwan Kim
ISBN : UOM:39015056670857
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This book focuses on two twentieth-century American epic poets - Ezra Pound (1885-1972) and Charles Olson (1910-1970) - in the context of multiculturalism. Pound deployed the cultural resources of the Other to deflect Western imperialism's absolutizing of the self and opened new poetic and cultural spaces beyond T. S. Eliot's closed Anglo-American tradition. However, he fell short of discarding modernist Enlightenment epistemology reifying the Other. Olson followed in the tradition of Pound's open poetics but rejected his Eurocentrism. By deconstructing Pound's epistemology, Olson forged a postmodernist and postimperial multicultural perspective that reconfigured Otherness through an unmediated, self-decentered discourse.
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The American Pen

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ISBN : UCAL:B5067606
Genre : Literature
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Category: Literature

New Selected Poems

Author : Les Murray
ISBN : 9780374713737
Genre : Poetry
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A fresh selection of the finest poems—some previously uncollected—by one of our finest English-language poets Why write poetry? For the weird unemployment. For the painless headaches, that must be tapped to strike down along your writing arm at the accumulated moment. For the adjustments after, aligning facets in a verb before the trance leaves you. For working always beyond your own intelligence. —from "The Instrument" New Selected Poems contains Les Murray's own gathering from the full range of his poetry—from the 1960s through Taller When Prone (2004) and including previously uncollected work. One of the finest poets writing today, Murray reinvents himself with each new collection. Whether writing about the indignities of childhood or the depths of depression, or evoking the rhythms of the natural world; whether writing in a sharply rendered Australian vernacular or a perfectly pitched King's English, his versatility and vitality are a constant. New Selected Poems is the poet's choice of his essential works: an indispensable collection for readers who already love his poetry, and an ideal introduction for those who are new to it.
Category: Poetry

Monumenta Nipponica

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ISBN : UVA:X001772629
Genre : Civilization, Oriental
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Includes section "Reviews".
Category: Civilization, Oriental

Brill S New Pauly Jap Ode

Author : Manfred Landfester
ISBN : UCSC:32106019400511
Genre : History
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The English edition of the authoritative "Der Neue Pauly, Brills New Pauly" contains the encyclopaedic coverage and high academic standard that have made it the unrivaled modern reference work for the ancient world. It presents the current state of traditional and new areas of research and brings together specialist knowledge from leading scholars from all over the world. Volume I covers topics beginning with A through Del.
Category: History