Poetry. Translated from the French by Jennifer Moxley.
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Born in Besancon, France in 1936, Jacqueline Risset has published many books of poetry as well as literary essays. She was one of the editors of Tel Quel, and is well-known for her translations of Dante's Commedia (1985-90, fifth edition 2006). Her most recent book is Traduction et memoire poetique, Dante, Sceve, Rimbaud, Proust which won the Award of the Academie Francaise in 2007. She teaches French literature and is President of Centro di Studi Italo-francesi at the Universita degli Studi di Roma III. SLEEP'S POWERS was originally published in French under the title Puissances du Sommeil by Editions du Seuil in September 1997.Review:
Cor (discourse): 1. Bursts
Cor (discourse): 2. The Affirmation - Void
Cor (discourse): 3. Shines
Cor (discourse): 4. Voice
Corpus (story): 1. Fiction
Corpus (story): 2. Notes - The End Of The Adventure
Corpus (story): 3. Wake
Timor (red): 1. Pasiphae
Timor (red): 2. The Little Mark On The Stomach
Timor (red): 3. Mors
The Translation Begins: 1. I Ch 61
The Translation Begins: 2. M. S. 1544
The Translation Begins: 3. M. P. 1908
The Translation Begins: 4. O Mei Dolci Animali
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Book Description Burning Deck, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1886224099