8 edition of Cultural translation and postcolonial poetry found in the catalog.
Cultural translation and postcolonial poetry
Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-215) and index.
|Genre||Cross-cultural studies., Translations into English.|
|LC Classifications||PR9082 .B47 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 221 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||2007048117|
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Cultural Translation and Postcolonial Poetry th Edition by A. Bery (Author) ISBN Cited by: This book uses the framework of cultural translation to explore the work of six significant modern writers from Ireland, India, Australia and the Caribbean.
Written in an accessible and approachable style, it will be of interest not only to specialists in postcolonial literatures, but also readers of modern and contemporary poetry more generally.
Rather, he coins the term “translational structure”, providing ample evidence of the illuminating resources and creative critical potential of the concept.
His book should be welcomed as offering a way forward out of the binaries of translation theory and postcolonial criticism, while providing stimulating readings of the poets : Sara Greaves. Cultural translation and postcolonial poetry.
[Ashok Bery] -- "This is a major new comparative study of six significant modern poets from the Anglophone postcolonial world: Louis MacNeice, Seamus Heaney, A.K.
Ramanujan, Les Murray, Judith Wright and Derek. Postcolonial Poetry in English (Oxford Cultural translation and postcolonial poetry book in Postcolonial Literatures in English) "The highlight of this book is the fine balance it maintains between cultural and formal analysis A gem of an introduction to postcolonial poetics--aesthetically attuned, critically engaged, and felicitously written." Cited by: This book uses the framework of cultural translation to explore the work of six significant modern writers from Ireland, India, Australia and the Caribbean.
Written in an accessib. Cultural Translation and Postcolonial Poetry. By Sara GREAVES. Abstract. This book explores and develops the fruitful and currently popular paradigm of translation as a metaphor, or at least as a far more elastic, extensive term than its common usage allows.
Author: Sara GREAVES. postcolonial poetry review: Summary The article reviews the book "Cultural Translation and Postcolonial Poetry," by Ashok Bery. Language eng Field of Research Australian Literature (excl Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Literature) Postcolonial Studies. This book offers an introductory survey of contemporary poetry in English from all the regions that have developed into modern nations from the former British Empire.
It is ideally suited for readers interested in world writing in English, contemporary literature, postcolonial writing, cultural studies, and postmodern culture. This chapter looks at the increased visibility of the translator in the twenty-first century and traces two parallel lines of thinking about translation, both of which focus on the unequal power relations between cultures.
Postcolonial scholarship has been primarily concerned with cultural translation, that is, translation understood figuratively as movement between cultures, and has had less Cited by: 2. This book introduces readers to a body of poetry whose unique relation to language and history gives it a dual role in contemporary societies.
On the one hand, this poetry bears witness to the residual force of colonial histories; on the other, it shows how that force may be turned to new forms of linguistic and cultural empowerment.
Practice in Post-Colonial Literatures, 2nd. edition. Homi K. Bhabha. The Location of Culture. Brathwaite. History ofthe Voice: The Development ofNation Language in Anglophone Caribbean Poetry.
Rey Chow. Writing Diaspora: Tactics oflntervention in Contemporary Cultural File Size: KB. The most comprehensive, sophisticated and influential formulation of the concept of Cultural Translation occurs in the work of probably the foremost postcolonial-postmodernist theorist of our times, Homi Bhabha, in the last chapter (bar the “Conclusion”) of his book The Location of Culture (), titled “How newness enters the world: Postmodern space, postcolonial times and the trials of cultural translation.”.
A brief introduction to Postcolonial literature is to be given at the outset. Then the indication of the word 'Postcolonialism' along with the origin and development of this Postcolonial studies have to be examined.
Various representative authors like Rushdie, Achebe, Ondaatje, Author: Simhachalam Thamarana. The contributions contained in Bassnett and Trivedi’s book show that postcolonial translation studies take many forms.
Several chapters are based on the theory and practice of translation from an Indian perspective: ‘Indian literary traditions are essentially traditions of. Buy Post-colonial literature books from today.
Find our best selection and offers online, with FREE Click & Collect or UK delivery. Contributors Susan Bassnettis Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Warwick. She is the author of Translation Studies (3rd ed., ) and Postcolonial Translation: Theory and Practice() with Harish Trivedi.
Recent books include The Translator as Writer() with Peter Bush; Global News Translation() with Esperança Bielsa, and Ted. 42 Postcolonial Poems ranked in order of popularity and relevancy. At find thousands of poems categorized into thousands of categories.
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The idea of “cultural translation” is most signiﬁ cantly presented by the Indian cultural theo- rist Homi K. Bhabha in a chapter called “How Newness Enters the World: Postmodern Space, Postcolonial Time and the Trials of Cultural Translation” (in The Location of Culture,File Size: KB.The 'Gift' of Translation to Postcolonial Literatures Simona Bertacco Part II.
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Post-colonial Literature. Where does it come from? Post-colonial literature comes from Britain's former colonies in the Caribbean, Africa and India. Many post-colonial writers write in English and focus on common themes such asFile Size: 38KB.