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Epic and Epigram: Two Elizabethan Entertainments - Slavitt, David R. / Owen, John
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David R. Slavitt's affectionate translations of epigrams by sixteenth-century Welsh academic John Owen transmute a careful selection of the writer's work into a vision of life, and in so doing bring Owen into conversation with the present day. Pithy, quick, favoring balance and economy over elaboration of style, the epigram is difficult in any language; that Owen mastered it in a language other than his own attests to his immense talent. Owen's small treasures go directly to the core: "At your coming into the world, you gave a cry/of protest: why then protest that you must die?" Duessa's Version: A Dirge in Seven Canticles offers an irreverent and provocative recapitulation of The Faerie Queene, as told by Duessa, the mutable sorceress of Spenser's epic poem. Slavitt invests her with an unforgettable voice -- outraged, profane, wise, and wickedly funny -- and an exasperated contempt for the hero, Spenser's Redcrosse Knight. Duessa's retelling of The Faerie Queene becomes the scaffolding upon which Slavitt hangs his reflections on twentieth-century civilization and culture that are indebted at once to intelligent observation, to Spenser, and to Borscht Belt comedy. Here are virtuoso performances by a poet with resources of wit and erudition that are nothing short of astonishing. These masterly translations are bound "to get him -- or at least his ghost -- invited back". Epic and Epigram: Two Elizabethan Entertainments Slavitt, David R. / Owen, John, Louisiana State University Press

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: LOUISIANA STATE UNIV PR], David R. Slavitt's affectionate translations of epigrams by sixteenth-century Welsh academic John Owen transmute a careful selection of the writer's work into a vision of life, and in so doing bring Owen into conversation with the present day. Pithy, quick, favoring balance and economy over elaboration of style, the epigram is difficult in any language that Owen mastered it in a language other than his own attests to his immense talent. Owen's small treasures go directly to the core: "At your coming into the world, you gave a cry/of protest: why then protest that you must die?"PDuessa's Version: A Dirge in Seven Canticles offers an irreverent and provocative recapitulation of The Faerie Queene, as told by Duessa, the mutable sorceress of Spenser's epic poem. Slavitt invests her with an unforgettable voice -- outraged, profane, wise, and wickedly funny -- and an exasperated contempt for the hero, Spenser's Redcrosse Knight. Duessa's retelling of The Faerie Queene becomes the scaffolding upon which Slavitt hangs his reflections on twentieth-century civilization and culture that are indebted at once to intelligent observation, to Spenser, and to Borscht Belt comedy.PHere are virtuoso performances by a poet with resources of wit and erudition that are nothing short of astonishing. These masterly translations are bound "to get him -- or at least his ghost -- invited back". Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: LOUISIANA STATE UNIV PR], David R. Slavitt's affectionate translations of epigrams by sixteenth-century Welsh academic John Owen transmute a careful selection of the writer's work into a vision of life, and in so doing bring Owen into conversation with the present day. Pithy, quick, favoring balance and economy over elaboration of style, the epigram is difficult in any language that Owen mastered it in a language other than his own attests to his immense talent. Owen's small treasures go directly to the core: "At your coming into the world, you gave a cry/of protest: why then protest that you must die?"PDuessa's Version: A Dirge in Seven Canticles offers an irreverent and provocative recapitulation of The Faerie Queene, as told by Duessa, the mutable sorceress of Spenser's epic poem. Slavitt invests her with an unforgettable voice -- outraged, profane, wise, and wickedly funny -- and an exasperated contempt for the hero, Spenser's Redcrosse Knight. Duessa's retelling of The Faerie Queene becomes the scaffolding upon which Slavitt hangs his reflections on twentieth-century civilization and culture that are indebted at once to intelligent observation, to Spenser, and to Borscht Belt comedy.PHere are virtuoso performances by a poet with resources of wit and erudition that are nothing short of astonishing. These masterly translations are bound "to get him -- or at least his ghost -- invited back".Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Epic and Epigram: Two Elizabethan Entertainments

David R. Slavitt's affectionate translations of epigrams by sixteenth-century Welsh academic John Owen transmute a careful selection of the writer's work into a vision of life, and in so doing bring Owen into conversation with the present day. Pithy, quick, favoring balance and economy over elaboration of style, the epigram is difficult in any language; that Owen mastered it in a language other than his own attests to his immense talent. Owen's small treasures go directly to the core: "At your coming into the world, you gave a cry/of protest: why then protest that you must die?"Duessa's Version: A Dirge in Seven Canticles offers an irreverent and provocative recapitulation of The Faerie Queene, as told by Duessa, the mutable sorceress of Spenser's epic poem. Slavitt invests her with an unforgettable voice -- outraged, profane, wise, and wickedly funny -- and an exasperated contempt for the hero, Spenser's Redcrosse Knight. Duessa's retelling of The Faerie Queene becomes the scaffolding upon which Slavitt hangs his reflections on twentieth-century civilization and culture that are indebted at once to intelligent observation, to Spenser, and to Borscht Belt comedy.Here are virtuoso performances by a poet with resources of wit and erudition that are nothing short of astonishing. These masterly translations are bound "to get him -- or at least his ghost -- invited back".

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780807121528
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0807121525
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 1997
Herausgeber: LOUISIANA ST UNIV
64 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,136 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780807121528

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