Another Republic: 17 European and South American Writers by Italo Calvino, Julio Cortázar, Fernando Pessoa, Paul Celan, PDF

By Italo Calvino, Julio Cortázar, Fernando Pessoa, Paul Celan, Nicanor Parra, Francis Ponge, Czesław Miłosz, Vasko Popa, Zbigniew Herbert, Henri Michaux, Jean Follian, Octavio Paz, Yehuda Amichai, Johannes Bobrowski, Carlos Drummond de Andrade, Miroslav Holu

ISBN-10: 0912946288

ISBN-13: 9780912946283

Editors: Charles Simic and Mark Strand
cover is for reprint; however it is unchanged

A sturdy selection--mainly of poems, but in addition a few choices from Calvino. Many awesome authors, as you will see from the checklist above. Paul Celan is winner of a Georg Buchner prize, and there's a pair Nobels up there too (Paz and Milosz).

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First released in 1976, this dazzling anthology from U.S. Poet Laureates, Charles Simic and Mark Strand, compiles a variety of the best translated literature of the time, showcasing the then-little-known writers who had a profound impression at the present iteration of poets.

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8 For a long, long time, she confided to him, we have been in combat with the sea. On the very rare occasions when she is blue, soft, one might suppose her to be happy. But that would not last. Her smell says so anyway, a smell of rot ( if it is not her bitterness). Here I should explain the matter of the waves. It is terribly complicated, and the sea . . I implore you, have confidence in me. Would I want to deceive you? She is not only a word. She is not only a fear. She exists; I swear it to you; one sees her constantly.

What does that mean? There is surely something horrible in it. And in other days when, as I have already told you, we were younger still, we were afraid. Someone might have taken advantage of our confusion. Someone might have said to us: "You see, we’re going to bury you. ” And we did not dare run too much: Out of breath, at the end of a race, arriving in front of a ditch all prepared, and no time to say a word, no breath. Tell me, just what is the secret in regard to this? 7 There are constantly, she told him further, lions in the village, who walk about without any hindrance at all.

But no weapon . . Whereby the temptation to add one. One only. A horn. Thereby the unicorn. The horse, terribly nervous, is aerophagous. Hypersensitive, he clamps his jaws, holds his breath, then re­ leases it, making the walls of his nasal cavities vibrate loudly. That is why this noble beast, who feeds on air and grass alone, produces only straw turds and thunderous fragrant farts. Fragrant thunderisms. What am I saying, feeds on air? Gets drunk on it. Sniffs it, savors it, snorts it. He rushes into it, shakes his mane in it, kicks up his hind legs in it.

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