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Between Day & Night New & Selected Poems 1946 2010 Miguel Gonzalez Gerth

David Colon

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ISBN 10: 0875655491 / ISBN 13: 9780875655499
Published by TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States, 2013
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Title: Between Day & Night New & Selected Poems ...

Publisher: TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS, United States

Publication Date: 2013

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Miguel González-Gerth, an esteemed translator, poet, editor, and professor emeritus at the University of Texas at Austin, has been publishing his original English and Spanish poetry since 1946. Born in Mexico City in 1926, González-Gerth moved to the United States in 1940 and made it his permanent home. He received his B.A. from the University of Texas in 1950 and a PhD from Princeton in 1973, and taught at UT for over thirty years.

Editor David Colón has compiled a selection of González-Gerth’s poems that demonstrate the range of interests, themes, and styles that span more than a century of a life dedicated to Hispanic literature studies. The poems in this collection are arranged chronologically, exhibiting “the different phases of a poet’s life as well as different historical moments and literary traditions.”

Many of the poems appear with side-by-side translation, demonstrating not only the creativity born of a unique cultural perspective, but the profound understanding and commitment to the process of translation, taking a poem through its original written language, rethinking the words, allusions, connotations, and presenting it in a different language and tradition.

“He has two guiding principles as a translator of poetry: to keep the languages distinct, and to approach the act of reproduction as an art form itself. In the end, the translation must work on the terms of its own language. It is more important for it to be a successful poem than a faithful copy,” writes Colón in the introduction. Between Day and Night provides a record of González-Gerth’s achievement as a poet and translator, a writer who stays true to the languages and poetic styles of Latin America and Anglo-America, and “work[s] with essentially two minds.”

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DAVID COLON is an assistant professor of English and Latino Studies at TCU in Fort Worth, Texas. Colon, a Brooklyn native, received his PhD in English from Stanford University and was a chancellor’s postdoctoral fellow in English at the University of California, Berkeley. His writing has appeared in various esteemed journals and he has recently published his first book entitled The Lost Men, An Allegory (Elsewhen Press, 2012).

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