Mapping Literature: The Art and Politics of Translation

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David Homel, Sherry Simon
U.S. distribution, University of Toronto Press, Jan 1, 1988 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 127 pages
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This book features essays and discussions from writers, translators, and individuals who play both roles at once, from around the world. It evolved from an international conference sponsored by Canada's Literary Translators' Association which took place in Montreal in 1986.

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Contents

Editors Note
7
The Writer as TranslatorThe Translator as Writer
15
Translating for the Stage
28
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

David Homel was born and raised in Chicago in 1952 of East European stock. He left at the end of the tumultuous 1960s and lived in Europe and Toronto before moving to Montreal around 1980. He was educated in three countries and worked at a variety of industrial jobs before beginning to write fiction in the mid-1980s. He has been a journalist, editor, literary translator, and teacher. Due to his education, he has followed the American tradition of socially engaged, historical novels. He is the father of two sons, Gabriel and Jacob.

Sherry Simon teaches in the Département d'études françaises at Concordia University and is active in the Literary Translators Association of Canada. She is co-editor, with David Homel, of Mapping Literature: The Art and Politics of Translation (Véhicule 1988).

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