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i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where
|Statement||Uljana Wolf ; translated from the German by Sophie Seita|
|Contributions||Seita, Sophie (Poet), translator, Wolf, Uljana, 1979-|
|LC Classifications||PT2725.O433 M4513 2015, PT2725.O433 A2 2015|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Winner of the second Wonder Prize, I MEAN I DISLIKE THAT FATE THAT I WAS MADE TO WHERE brings us Sophie Seita's playful translations of one of Germany's most innovative contemporary poets, Uljana Wolf. Being truly between languages, the texts in this collection place themselves squarely against monolingual identity politics, whether invoking Author: Uljana Wolf.
Winner of the second Wonder Prize, i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where brings us Sophie Seita’s playful translations of one of Germany’s most innovative contemporary poets, Uljana Wolf.
Being truly between languages, the texts in this collection place. i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where Poetry. Translated from the German by Sophie Seita. Winner of the second Wonder Prize, I MEAN I DISLIKE THAT FATE THAT I WAS MADE TO WHERE brings us Sophie Seita's playful translations of one of Germany's most innovative contemporary poets, Uljana Wolf.
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Blanche DuBois. When the play begins, Blanche is already a fallen woman in society’s eyes. Her family fortune and estate are gone, she lost her young husband to suicide years earlier, and she is a social pariah due to her indiscrete sexual behavior.
She also has a. Although i mean i dislike that fate that i was made to where is Seita’s English translation of Wolf’s German poetry, this simple binary does justice to neither side of what it describes.
Both texts, the original and the translation, are inter-lingual. They rely on linguistic multiplicity: they work in it; they are made of it.
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