Carcanet, 2007 - 195 pages
Paul Celan is widely considered as one of the most important and innovative poets, not only of the post-World War II period, but of the 20th century. This text contains a complete translation of one of Celan's most elliptical and explorative compositions.
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Born in Czernovitz, Romania, in 1920 to a German Jewish family, Celan is regarded as one of the most significant poets to emerge from post-World War II Europe. To read Celan is to enter a poetic ... Read full review
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i suspect that if i read german i would enjoy this more. the more interesting bits of the translation come in the juxtaposed compounds. some beautiful moments and the whole seems more than the parts. would like to read more celan, perhaps by a different translator for comparison. Read full review