Tasos Leivaditis - The Three

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Trakakis, N. N. (Nick). (2022). Tasos Leivaditis - The Three. Australian Association for Literary Translation (AALITRA) Review. 17, pp. 87-100.
AuthorsTrakakis, N. N. (Nick)
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[Extract] My aim has been to preserve as far as possible these complexities in sense and sound, in tone and voice, so as to evoke the desperate quest for connection and illumination played out in the text by its hapless characters – but played out also in the rewriting of the text by its translators, who (to borrow from Symeon’s final words and one of Leivaditis’ favourite tropes) may well be like the blind man lighting his lamp.

Keywordstranslation; commentary; Tasos Leivaditis; The Three
Year2022
JournalAustralian Association for Literary Translation (AALITRA) Review
Journal citation17, pp. 87-100
PublisherThe Australian Association for Literary Translation
ISSN1838-1294
Web address (URL)https://ojs.latrobe.edu.au/ojs/index.php/AALITRA/article/view/1229
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