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