LA Review of Books on TRANSLATION AS TRANSHUMANCE

 

From LARB:

"Imagine watching the entire flock of migrating monarchs; hundreds of thousands of orange and black pixels creating a mountain in the negative space of their movement. Through tireless effort, sensitivity to history and nuance, deep research into the original artist and landscape, and, finally, “the conviction that no word that speaks of what is human is untranslatable,” the translator shows us trees where there are no trees, and leads us over the contours of terrain we will never climb."

Read Josh Cook's full review here.

 
 
Translation as Transhumance
11.96 14.95

Mireille Gansel
This half memoir, half philosophical treatise is a humanist meditation on translation.

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Lucia Brown