Words Without Borders The World Through the Eyes of Writers

ISBN-10: 1400079756
ISBN-13: 9781400079759
Edition: 2007
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Description: Featuring the work of more than 28 writers from upwards of 20 countries, "Words Without Borders: The World through the Eyes of Writers "transports us to the frontiers of the new literature for the twenty-first century. In these pages, some of the  More...

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List price: $17.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date: 3/13/2007
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.616
Language: English

Featuring the work of more than 28 writers from upwards of 20 countries, "Words Without Borders: The World through the Eyes of Writers "transports us to the frontiers of the new literature for the twenty-first century. In these pages, some of the most accomplished writers in world literature-among them Edwidge Danticat, Ha Jin, Cynthia Ozick, Javier Marias, and Nobel laureates Wole Soyinka, Gunter Grass, Czeslaw Milosz, Wislawa Szymborska, and Naguib Mahfouz-have stepped forward to introduce us to dazzling literary talents virtually unknown to readers of English. Most of their work-short stories, poems, essays, and excerpts from novels-appears here in English for the first time. The Chilean writer Ariel Dorfman introduces us to a story of extraordinary poise and spiritual intelligence by the Argentinian writer Juan Forn. The Romanian writer Norman Manea shares with us the sexy, sinister, and thrillingly avant garde fiction of his homeland's leading female novelist. The Indian writer Amit Chaudhuri spotlights the Bengali writer Parashuram, whose hilarious comedy of manners imagines what might have happened if Britain had been colonized by Bengal. And Roberto Calasso writes admiringly of his fellow Italian Giorgio Manganelli, whose piece celebrates the Indian city of Madurai. Every piece here-be it from the Americas, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, South Asia, East Asia, Southeast Asia, or the Caribbean-is a discovery, a colorful thread in a global weave of literary exchange. Edited by Samantha Schnee, Alane SaliernoMason, and Dedi Felman

Introduction
Andre Dubus I I I
Where Are You Running To?
MA JIAN China Introduced
Foer Translated from the Chinese
Meteorite Mountain CAN XUE China Introduced
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Looking for the Elephant JO KYUNG RAN South Korea Introduced
Translated from the Korean
Fenkl Children of the Sky SENO GUMIRA AJIDARMA Indonesia Introduced
Toer Translated from the Indonesian
The Scripture Read Backward PARASHURAM Bangladesh Introduced
Translated from the Bengali
The Unfinished Game GOLI TARAGHI Iran Introduced Translated from the Persian
The Day in Buenos Aires JABBAR YUSSIN HUSSIN Iraq Introduced
Translated from the Arabic
Two Poems SANIYYA SALEH Syria Introduced
Translated from the Arabic
Faint Hints of Tranquillity ADANIA SHIBLI Palestine Introduced
Translated from the Arabic
Shards of Reality and Glass HASSAN KHADER Palestine Introduced
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A Drowsy Haze GAMAL AL-GHITANI Egypt Introduced
Translated from the Arabic
The Uses of English AKINWUMI ISOLA Nigeria Introduced
Translated from the Yoruba
Isola from Provisional GABRIELA ADAMESTEANU Romania Introduced
Translated from the Romanian
Two Poems SENADIN MUSABEGOVIC� Bosnia Introduced
Translated from the Bosnian
Tanovi�c from Experiment with India GIORGIO MANGANELLI Italy Introduced
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Goldstein from The Fish of Berlin ELEONORA HUMMEL Germany Introduced
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Bernofsky Seven Poems BRONISLAW MAJ
Poland Introduced by the Editors Translated
Cavanagh from His Majesty, Almighty Death MYRIAM ANISSIMOV
France Introduced
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from October 27, 2003 ETEL ADNAN France Introduced
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Thursday. JOHAN HARSTAD Norway Introduced
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Lightweight Champ JUAN VILLORO Mexico Introduced
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The Sheika’s Condition MARIO BELLATIN Mexico Introduced
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When I Was a Man AMBAR PAST Mexico Introduced
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Schnee from Revulsion HORACIO CASTELLANOS MOYA El Salvador Introduced
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