Strange cocktail: translation and the making of modern Hebrew poetry

Where you take words -- Introduction: poetics and practices of translation in modern Hebrew poetry -- Voices near and far: historical perspectives on Hebrew poetry and (its) translation -- The go-betweens -- Paris or Jerusalem? Esther Raab, Baudelaire and the writing of Kimshonim -- Twice planted: L...

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Main Author: Jacobs, Adriana Ximena 1976-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Ann Arbor University of Michigan Press August 2018
Reviews:[Rezension von: Adriana X. Jacobs, Strange cocktail. Translation and the making of modern hebrew poetry] (2020) (Henig, Roni)
Hebrew Translation as Innovation (2020) (Brenner, Naomi)
Series/Journal:Michigan studies in comparative Jewish cultures
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B New Hebrew language / Poetry / Translation / History 1800-2018
Further subjects:B Poetry Translating
B Hebrew Poetry Translations into English History and criticism
B Poetry Translating into Hebrew History and criticism
B Translating and interpreting Israel History and criticism
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Summary:Where you take words -- Introduction: poetics and practices of translation in modern Hebrew poetry -- Voices near and far: historical perspectives on Hebrew poetry and (its) translation -- The go-betweens -- Paris or Jerusalem? Esther Raab, Baudelaire and the writing of Kimshonim -- Twice planted: Leah Goldberg's poetics of translation -- The missing element: prosthetic translation in thirty pages of Avot Yeshurun -- Like a centipede, multiple voices: Harold Schimmel and the poetry of translation -- Afterword: every poem a translation
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
ISBN:0472130900