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Collected Translations By Edwin Morgan

Collected Translations by Edwin Morgan

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This collection includes Edwin Morgan's Mayakovsky translated into Scots, and his Voznesensky, Pasternak and Vinokurov. There are the Italians and the French - Leopardi, Quasimodo, Montale, Guillevic, Prevert and Michaux; and also Heine, Lorca, Cernuda, Brecht, Enzensburger and Braga.

Collected Translations Summary

Collected Translations by Edwin Morgan

There is something profligate in the range and quality of Morgan's work as a translator. He does the labour of ten writers, and with blithe sprezzatura, partly at least because his own work nourishes itself from the poetry of other lands and ages. It is part of the necessary mechanism that Morgan, as a Scot, employs to define his place as a European, to escape the tonal and cultural limitations which England can imply. Collected Translations includes six decades of work. Readers will find here Morgan's celebrated Mayakovsky done into Scots, his Voznesensky, Pasternak and Vinokurov. There are the Italians and the FrenchLeopardi, Quasimodo, Montale, Guillevic, Provert and Michaux; and there is Heine, andLorca, Cernuda and Brecht and Enzensberger and Braga. And much, much more.

About Edwin Morgan

Edwin Morgan was born in 1920 and educated at the University of Glasgow. He became lecturer in English there and retired as titular Professor in 1980. His recent books include 'Collected Poems'(1990), 'Crossing the Border: Essays'(1990), and his translation into Scots of Rostand's 'Cyrano'(1992). 'Sweeping Out the Dark' appeared in 1994.

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NPB9781857542530
9781857542530
1857542533
Collected Translations by Edwin Morgan
New
Paperback
Carcanet Press Ltd
1996-12-05
608
N/A
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