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The road to Inver : translations, versions, imitations, 1975-2003

Author: Tom Paulin
Publisher: London : Faber and Faber, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Road to Inver gathers the verse translations of Tom Paulin from four decades, and brings together versions of classical and European poets which have appeared in his previous collections, from Liberty Tree (1983) to The Wind Dog (1999). It also includes dozens of new and recent translations from the European canon, ranging from Akhmatova to Strindberg, covering a wide range of French, German, Russian and Italian  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Paulin
ISBN: 057122119X 9780571221196
OCLC Number: 56791209
Language Note: Translated into English.
Description: ix, 102 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: Oran / Albert Camus --
The island in the North Sea / Rainer Maria Rilke --
The cigarette / Francis Ponge --
The albatross / Charles Baudelaire --
The storm / Eugenio Montale --
Belongings / Walid Khazendar --
Don't / Heinrich Heine --
Unavoidable / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
The skeleton / Paul Verlaine --
The Coastguard station / Eugenio Montale --
To a political poet / Heinrich Heine --
Last statement / Vladimir Mayakovsky --
The pleasures of the door / Francis Ponge --
The Lagan blackbird / Anonymous --
My name / Anna Akhmatova --
Chorus from Antigone / Sophocles --
Darkness at noon / Gerard de Nerval --
From the death cell / Andre Chenier --
Emulation / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
The poem as monument / Horace --
Prologue from Piers Plowman / William Langland --
Contemplation 27 / Victor Hugo --
The rooks / Arthur Rimbaud --
Andre Chenier / Marina Tsvetayeva --
The pipe / Stephane Mallarme --
Winter becoming spring / Horace --
Bournemouth / Paul Verlaine --
L'Anguilla / Eugenio Montale --
Symbolum / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
Le Crapaud / Tristan Corbiere --
Voronezh / Anna Akhmatova --
The Velleda / Paul Verlaine --
The emigration of the poets / Bertolt Brecht --
Sea wind / Stehane Mallarme --
Love thy neighbour / Max Jacob --
from Algerian diary / Vittorio Sereni --
The caravans on Luneburg Heath / Simon Dach --
Piano practice / Rainer Maria Rilke --
Date of renewal / Stephane Mallarme --
A nation, yet again / Alexander Pushkin --
Chucking it away / Heinrich Heine --
The road to Inver / Fernando Pessoa --
March, 1941 / Anna Akhmatova --
Table / Guillaume Apollinaire --
Paris ink sketch / Paul Verlaine --
Winds and rivers : from Prometheus Bound / Aeschylus --
Prometheus on mythology : from Prometheus Bound / Aeschylus --
Sentence sound / Giacomo Leopardi --
Roman elegy / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
Souvenir of Manchester / Paul Verlaine --
Inscription for the tomb of the painter Henri Rousseau the Douanier / Guillaume Apollinaire --
from Landsflykt / August Strindberg --
The swan / Rainer Maria Rilke --
The owls / Charles Baudelaire --
Prometheus' last speech : from Prometheus Bound / Aeschylus --
The briar / Charles Baudelaire --
The crate / Francis Ponge --
The orange / Francis Ponge --
Horse chestnuts / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
Creation and animation / Johann Wolfgang Goethe --
The wait / Walid Khazendar --
A single weather / Walid Khazendar --
Une rue solitaire --
an epilogue --
Note on 'The caravans on Luneburg Heath'.
Responsibility: [edited and translated by] Tom Paulin.

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The Road to Inver gathers the verse translations of Tom Paulin from four decades, and brings together versions of classical and European poets which have appeared in his previous collections, from Liberty Tree (1983) to The Wind Dog (1999). It also includes dozens of new and recent translations from the European canon, ranging from Akhmatova to Strindberg, covering a wide range of French, German, Russian and Italian poets.

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'Tom Paulin is among the best of a great generation of Irish poets.' Sunday Telegraph

 
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