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Selected poems and prose of Paul Celan

Autor: Paul Celan; John Felstiner
Editorial: New York : W.W. Norton, ©2001.
Edición/Formato:   Print book : Inglés (eng) : 1st edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Paul Celan was born in 1920 in the East European province of Bukovina. Soon after his parents, German-speaking Jews, had perished at the hands of the Nazis, Celan wrote "Todesfuge" ("Death-fugue"), the most compelling poem to emerge from the Holocaust. Self-exited in Paris, for twenty-five years Celan continued writing in his German mother tongue, although it had "passed through the thousand darknesses of  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Translations
Translations into English
Persona designada: Paul Celan; Paul Celan
Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Paul Celan; John Felstiner
ISBN: 039304999X 9780393049992 0393322246 9780393322248
Número OCLC: 44128063
Nota del idioma: English and German.
Descripción: xxxvi, 426 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contenido: Early poems (1940-1943) --
Mohn und Gedächtnis = Poppy and memory (1952) --
Von Schwelle zu Schwelle = From threshold to threshold (1955) --
Sprachgitter = Speech-grille (1959) --
Die Niemandsrose = The no-one's-rose (1963) --
Atemwende = Breathturn (1967) --
Fadensonnen = Threadsuns (1968) --
Lichtzwang = Light-compulsion (1970) --
Schneepart = Snow-part (1971) --
Zeitgehöft = Homestead of time (1976) --
Uncollected poems. Wolfsbohne = Wolfsbean --
Füll die Ödnis = Pour the wasteland --
Schreib dich nicht = Don't write yourself --
Gedichtzu, gedichtauf = Poem-closed, poem-open --
Prose. Ansprache anlässlich der Entgegennahme des Literaturpreises der Freien Hansestadt Bremen = Speech on the occasion of receiving the Literature Prize of the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (1958) --
Gespräch im Gebirg = Conversation in the mountains (1960) --
Der Meridian. Rede anlässlich der Verleihung des Georg-Büchner-Preises = The meridian. Speech on the occasion of the Award of the Georg Büchner Prize (1961) --
Ansprache vor dem hebräischen Schrifstellerverband = Speech to the Hebrew Writers Association (1970).
Otros títulos: Works.
Responsabilidad: translated by John Felstiner.
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The most wide-ranging volume of the work of Europe's leading postwar poet, including previously unpublished writings.  Leer más

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