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However, despite the difficulties, some translators continued their work in exile.

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Catalan translation. Asimismo, Carner expresaba los beneficios que los escritores y la cultura nacional obtienen gracias a las traduccio- nes. The waste land vio la luz en en Barcelona como La terra eixorca Ruiz , Benet, Josep. Editorial La Magrana, El Colegio de Jalisco, UOC, Franquesa, Montserrat.

Jordana en el exilio: Studien zur romanischen Sprachwissenschaft und interkultureller Kommunikation, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Edition Revista de Catalunya, 88 julio de Curial, Miravitlles, Jaume.

Proa, Rovira i Virgili, Antoni. Els darrers dies de la Catalunya republicana. A Contra Vent Editors, Dos traductores del exilio: Vasos Comunicantes 27 En primer lugar, nos interesaremos por las circunstancias de su trabajo de traductora.

Palabras clave: Rosa Chacel. Rosa Chacel spent several decades in exile after the Spanish civil war. She lived mainly in Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro.

During this period of her life she combined her work as a novelist and essayist with literary translations.

In this article we will present the work of Rosa Chacel as a translator from various angles. First, we examine the circu- mstances of her work as a translator.

Our next question is to what extent Rosa Chacel dominated the foreign languages she was translating from. Then we will look at the traces this activity left in her novels. Finally, we consider the connections that can be established between the works she translated and her own aesthetic concepts. Key words: Literary translation. Bueno, en todo este tiempo han llovido actividades: Traducciones, con- ferencias […].

El viernes 26 de agosto de anota: Sin embargo no consta que haya protestado por haber cobrado tan poco. El 29 de agosto de , apunta en su diario: Es pesimista con respecto a las posibilidades en este campo. El 20 de septiembre de escribe: Comenta lo siguiente: En esta lengua contaba con competencias suficientes para realizar traducciones literarias de calidad. Eliot, Christopher Fry y J. Priestley con su firma. En el caso de Christo- pher Fry, no se menciona una segunda mano.

No se es- conde la dificultad de la tarea ibidem, Al darse cuenta de que necesita un par de zapatos, reflexiona: Lo leo de corrido y me encuentro con lo inadaptable a nuestro tiempo. Es en los ratos del Estambul donde me quedo a veces meditando: Como Elena ha podido elegir una obra maestra literaria, no le cuesta trabajo traducirla: Lo que normalmente llena de orgullo a Elena, ahora le produce rechazo: Chacel , Esto no es un juego de palabras: En este conjunto se insertan las traducciones asumidas, como la del ensayo de Renato Poggioli sobre el arte de vanguardia, encargada por la Revista de Occidente, algo que queda patente en este apunte de su diario: Su autoexigencia ha dado sus frutos, prueba de ello es que sus traducciones teatrales se siguen representando6.

Reinaldo y Armida. Por Jean Cocteau. Buenos Aires: Seix Barral, Ciencias naturales. Obra completa 1. Centro de Estudios Literarios. Obra completa 3. Obra completa 4. De mar a mar. Cruces Colado, Susana. Journal of Franco-Iberian studies 2 Flaubert, Gustave. Garnier-Flammarion, King, John. A study of the Argentine literary journal and its role in the development of a culture Cambridge UP, Un viaje de ida y vuelta: Siruela, Universidad Pompeu Fabra, Macciuci, Raquel.

Matamoro, Blas. Otero Carvajal, Luis E. Editorial Complutense, Pasternac, Nora. Anthropos Editorial Torres, Rosana. Willson, Patricia. Traductores y traducciones en la literatura argentina del siglo XX. Siglo veintiuno editores Argentina, Xanela, Camus, Albert. La peste. Cocteau, Jean. Miguel Alfredo Olivera; Reinaldo y Armida. Elliot, T. Fry, Christopher. La dama no es para la hoguera. Editorial Sudamericana, Venus observada.

Holthusen, Hans Egon. Kazantzakis, Nikos. Libertad o muerte. Noailles, Condesa Anna de. Poggioli, Renato. Revista de Occidente, Priestley, J. Tres tragedias. Sudamericana, Racine, Jean. Seis tragedias.

Madrid, Alfaguara, Animales desnaturalizados. This article explores the phenomenon of literature produced by writers who had to flee from Nazi-Germany between in which they use translation as a form of multilingual writing. Can translation be seen as a concept or a technique of literary writing in exile and how does it reflect aesthetically on the existential difficulties of language in exile? Doerte Bischoff. Hamburg, Germany. Walter A. Nicolaysen 37f. Berendsohn Heidermann, Ja, man kann es getrost aussprechen: Seine Argumentation weist dabei in zweierlei Richtung: Bischoff Erst Ende der er Jahre beginnt sie im Exil in der Dominikanischen Republik, umgeben vom Spanischen, das sie gut beherrscht, literarisch zu schreiben — auf Deutsch.

Er stimmt, es ist alles richtig, aber der Duft, das Leben ist fort. Vermutlich lernt und spricht sie bereits als Kind Jiddisch und Deutsch. Bevor sie aus dem nationalsozialistischen Deutschland erneut ins Exil, in diesem Fall nach New York, gehen muss, hat sie sich in Berlin als bekannte Schriftstellerin etabliert. Rosenkranz Der kleine Unterschied liegt in der Bedeutung, die mit Assoziationen, Konnotationen und nicht zuletzt mit Erinnerungen und Emotionen verbunden ist.

Die Gewissheit ist dahin. Sie lernt zwar schnell und gut Englisch; verdient sogar Geld mit englischen Texten. Doch Dichtung entsteht nur in der Muttersprache, die tiefere Quellen hat. Seit wann sinn Sie denn in Njujork? Assemeliern, das iss die Losung. Los vom Alten. Das hab ich schon in Berlin vertreten, das sage ich jetzt auch in Njujork. Wosmer gut geht, da bin ich zehause. Wo ich meine Steuern zahle, da is mein Vaterland. Das ist Brangsche-Loschen.

To summarize, zusammenfassend: Etwas eleganter: Nothing at all. Noch eleganter, wirkliches Englisch: Little or nothing. Zum Beispiel, wenn der Sprachlehrer Doosie berichtet, woher er sein gutes Englisch hat: Answer, in two words: Answer, in somewhat greater detail: Nor was my German of any use to them: Therefore, the one thing left to me was to work for foreigners living in that country. Darin Cad. Geliebte, eine Frage: Darf ich Sie Lesa nennen? Darf ich? Klingt Ihnen zu schnodderig berlinerisch?

Nur bitte nicht Keinzahl. Armutszeugnis, sagen Sie? Das kann ich Ihnen doch nicht in den Mund gelegt haben. Also Sie sind wiedergekommen. Bibliografe Berendsohn, Walter A.: Die humanistische Front. Teil 1: Von bis zum Kriegsausbruch. Europa- Verlag, Bischoff, Doerte: Rainer Nicolaysen Hg. Hamburg University Press, Domin, Hilde: Gesammelte autobiographische Schriften. Fast ein Lebenslauf. Frankfurt a. Fischer Taschenbuch Verlag Fast ein Lebenslauf []. Feuchtwanger, Lion: Gert Wotjak Hg. Quo vadis Translatologie?

Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag Lange, Tanja: Peter Lang Lansburgh, Werner: Fischer Taschenbuch, Verlag []. Damokles Verlag, Mickwitz, Claudia von: Reihe I. Deutsche Sprache und Literatur. Peter Lang, Nicolaysen, Rainer: Franklin Kopitzsch und Dierk Brietzke Hg. Hamburgische Biografie. Wallstein Verlag, Rosenkranz, Jutta: Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, Galizien im Diskurs.

Carla Swiderski: Forschung, Erkenntnisse, Ergebnisse 30 Tippelskirch, Karina von: Helga Schreckenberger Hg. Amsterdam, New York: Editions Rodopi Wellershoff, Astrid: Technische Hochschule, Zoch-Westphal, Gisela: Arani Verlag, En fue secuestrada en Guatemala y hasta ahora se desconoce el paradero de sus restos.

VanHecke kuleuven. In she was kidnapped in Guatemala and the resting place of her remains is still unknown. Foppa was a woman of many talents: The focus is on three of the available poetry translations, from Fren- ch, Italian and English: Poetry translation. Lo imagino [ Monterroso Cad.

Diaspora connects the exiles with intellectuals and writers who were already outside the country when the coups happened, who also feel connected. Incluso ciertos autores ni siquiera mencionan la labor de traductora de Foppa Salinas Salinas 48 Cad. Translation as a specific form of interpretation, it seems justified to say at this point, always involves recontextualization. Retrospectively, in its status as reproduction it may be considered to constitute an act of recontextualization, and in its status as independent text it is itself subject to the entire mechanism of de-and recontextualization.

The poem that is the object of translation inevitably vanishes during the translation process, replaced by a network of signification — intertextual, interdiscursive, intersemiotic — that is rooted mainly in the receiving situation.

Hence poetry translation tends to release language from the narrowly defined communicative function that most translations are assumed to serve, whether the genre of their source texts is technical, pragmatic, or humanistic — namely, the communication of a formal or semantic invariant contained in the source text. Fran- cis R.

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Poetry translators are often also involved in wider text- production processes: La poeta trata de recon- ciliar ambos aspectos: Esta es la respuesta de Foppa: Afirma Campos: From an untroubled mind should De mente imperturbada han de verses flow; fluir los versos. Oxlie Citado por Tillie Oslen en Silen- ces. Sin embargo, el poema de Mary Oxlie de Morpet no es un poema de amor.

En el caso del poema de Mary Oxlie es importante el contexto de la revista feminista en la que fue publicado. Campos, M. Hieronymus Complutensis 3, GLM, UNAM, Los dedos de mi mano. Editorial Artemis- Edinter, Universidad de Granada 26 Jones, Francis R. Handbook of Translation Studies Kaminsky, Amy K.

After Exile. Writing The Latin American Diaspora. University of Minnesota Press, Koster, Cees. From World to World: Rodopi, Lorenzano, Sandra. Ludec, Nathalie. MacMasters, Merry. La Jornada 5 de diciembre de Estudos Feministas, 17 3: Monterroso, Augusto. Alfaguara Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxlie of Morpet, Mary. Clarendon Press. Paniagua, Lita. En Foppa, A. Poniatowska, Elena. La Jornada 21 de octubre de Rossi, Annunziata.

Salinas, Gilda. El eco de tu nombre. Grijalbo, Tcherepashenets, Nataly. Variaciones Borges 19 Venuti, Lawrence ed. Poetry and Translation. Special issue Translation Studies , London: Routledge, May This paper aims to explore the power exerted by the translator to form cultural identities and to build literary images that often overlap or blur national borders. Narrative mode. Venice, Italy. A causa delle sue accese critiche al governo cinese e al suo ruolo internazio- nalmente riconosciuto di scrittore dissidente, infatti, i suoi romanzi non circolano nel suo Paese di origine, la Repubblica Popolare Cinese, pur essendo scritte in lingua cinese e, invece, sono distribuite e conosciute essenzialmente grazie alla traduzione in lingua inglese di Flora Drew.

Parole chiave: Modo narrativo. He is referred to by different definitions: It is hardly surprising that most of the few academic works devoted to him are based on a thematic analysis, and are mainly focused on the bio-political power of his fiction. This issue, in my opinion, has not been taken sufficiently into account: Besides, the critics and scholars who analyse and discuss his novels in most cases refer to the English versions of his works, rather than to the original Chinese version.

A meaningful and multiple shift or overlapping of identities is the result of this unavoidable translingual and transcultural process, and a great responsibility is placed on the process of translation itself. This condition is reflected in the experimental use of the voice and the perspective featured in his works.

A weakening of his Chinese roots and of the aesthetic value of his style is the price he must pay in order to obtain a freer channel of expression. In the fourth section some examples will be provided 1 The only exceptions are the Italian translation of Lamianzhe and some short stories translated into French directly from Chinese.

Finally, some evidence will be given of his use of narrative mode in his novels narrator and perspective as an allegoric device to represent his ambiguous, denied identity. The reception of a transnational author and the writing space According to Shuyu Kong, the previous study of dissident Chinese writers, such as Gao Xingjian and Ma Jian, has largely been conducted in the context of political dissidence and exilic writing against the Chinese Communist Party-State.

This constrains, to a large degree, the possibility of exploring the broader meanings of their writing beyond the political dimension. This determines of course a certain publishing and editorial policy which I have described elsewhere Pesaro His main aim is to denounce to a Western audience rights-abusing practices in his homeland, through the voice of his translator. On the one hand, he does not belong to China anymore, as English has become the main language and vehicle for his ideas and his stories, and most of his readers are not Chinese, or at least expatriate Chinese.

Kong , Thus, Ma can be defined through the relatively new category of sinophone2 writers. Although Chinese is his writing language, for spatial and ideological reasons he cannot be called a Chinese author in the traditional sense. Besides, this label also implies that a sinophone author always represents, to a certain extent, a counter-discourse against the centralising and hegemonic Chinese ideology.

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However, at the aesthetic level, his novels are still infused with Chinese cultural-specific elements and traditional references, which are supposed to be understood and appreciated better by a Chinese reader. The most striking effect of this paradox is that many of these elements undergo an unavoidable process of domestication or simplification in the English rendition. Every day, it picks up twigs and stones from the mountain and drops them into the East Sea, trying in vain to fill it up.

When the protagonist Meili finally gives birth to her baby on a precarious boat, she looks at the tiny body: What a beautiful dawn! White infant spirits are falling from the sky, like beans scattered by Goddess Nuwa, but as soon as they touch the earth they vanish.

Today is March the 9th, the first day of spring. I can see the sun is about to come up. Her white toes rise above the surface like lotuses on a green lake. The English rendition, though equally powerful, changes some details, trying to disambiguate what is implicit in the source language.

Besides, the choice made by Ma Jian himself of having his books translated from English into other languages makes this domestication process deeper, often creating an even further distance from the original Chinese text.

According to the writer, the new space which has been created by this unavoidable shift from his country to the West, from the Chinese language to the target language English , is the only literary space Ma Jian can conceive for himself, as we read in this interview: This space is entirely your own; there is nobody that reviews it, and there is nobody who has set foot there before. Damgaard , By means of such a shifting process, along with a space for free writing, the writer acquires a new identity, which defies ethnic, geographical and even cultural borders.

In the new millennium, while many literary exiles have returned to China or given up their creative writing completely, others have turned their once-temporary exile into a permanent existential state.

Writers and poets such as […] Ma Jian find that living abroad not only provides them with a creative space sheltered from political censorship and the more beguiling temptations of the market, but also gives them an alternative perspective on literature, identity and their homeland.

Kong , Cad. In particular, his two latest novels, respectively on the Tiananmen incident Beijing Coma , and on the effects of the ruthless implementation of the Chinese one-child-policy The Dark Road , directly expose two of the most brutal scandals in Chinese recent history. The metatext thus acquires an independent identity perfectly consistent with the effect expected by the author of the prototext, yet, undeniably Cad. The writer is widely recognised for his translated texts rather than for the source text.

That is why he acquires the status of a translational author, who shares his authorship with the translator. At the same time, he acquires a translational and translingual identity which does not always perfectly overlap with his writing identity. Ma Jian, as a politically engaged writer, wishes his novels to be read by a wide audience, and to convey his political message. However, like any writer who aspires to a broader recognition of his work and thought, he is also the product of his own writing, his literary style, use of metaphors, syntax, rhythm, and imagery.

It is up to the craftsmanship of the translator to reproduce or reinvent all these elements in the target language. On the one hand, according to him, assigning the role of reference text to the English version allows him to express his discontent and his criticism against China in a freer way. On the other hand, in the opinion of some mainland China scholars and writers, it is legitimate and advisable to promote Chinese literature through translation, in order to make significant Chinese works be part of world literature and to spread Chinese civilisation outside China: In this way, people of other countries can read and appreciate excellent Chinese cultural products through the intermediary of translation or by means of English.

Even when our Western colleagues have really mastered the Chinese language, it is still difficult for them to understand the nuances of Chinese culture and the subtleties of Chinese aesthetic spirit. So for the time we can more effectively communicate with the international community using the English language, the most popular international working language, by means of which we can translate and introduce our excellent cultural products to the world. Wang , 83 This leaves us with the apparent clash between an anti-state, subversive use of translation, and its opposite use for nationalistic and self-congratulatory aims.

As a matter of fact, both Ma Jian, with his translational choice, and some Chinese academics, seem sceptical towards the possibility for western readers and translators to be really able to grasp the Chinese cultural essence, and they seem to believe that the Chinese language is fundamentally unfathomable in its deeper meanings and nuances4. However, at the same time, they are confident they are able to convey the subtleties of their own culture and language by translating Chinese texts themselves or by writing them directly in English.

In the case of Ma Jian, what we have is not a self- translation, but a translation made by his closest companion in life. So, albeit for different reasons, all these authors have pragmatically established English as the most suitable language, and translation as the most convenient practice in order to gain a wider audience.

As a result cultural misunderstandings inevitably arise between Chinese and non-Chinese. However, what really happens to the text undergoing this process? Translation strategies Undeniably the translation strategy adopted by Flora Drew tends to enhance the political message of the text, by focussing on the main target-readership, a western audience whose cultural background might not be fully adequate to receive a culture-specific text. I will just give a few examples of these domesticating strategies.

In the beginning, the main characters and the village from which the peasants flee in order to avoid punishment at the hands of state officials are vividly presented through very dramatic scenes.

The main translation strategy is a shift from the implicit to the explicit. Meili is perched on the end of the bed, her hands carefully crossed over her belly. This mark is in her eyes a dangerous clue for her parents-in-law, but her pregnancy is not explicitly mentioned. Another series of changes concern names, quotations and culture- specific details that are neutralised or modified during the translating process. These changes do not affect the message of the text, nor do they obscure its cultural background, but they contribute to a general simplification, avoiding redundancies and what is perceived as unnecessary local details.

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A de-territorialised identity: Beyond the apparent attack against a world that perpetrates its brutal oppression over women and children, these two perspectives also represent the voice of a marginalised exiled author who recovers his centrality by means of literature and translation.

This dual narration relates both the detailed memories of his past until the fatal day of June 4, and the internal experience of his mind exploring from outside the comatose body as if it were a fabulous land. I suggest that this splitting of the narrating subjectivity plays a twofold role by epitomising a dual identity: As Damgaard puts it, in the novel: The whole structure of the novel is based on a split perspective.

Nevertheless, I believe that this image powerfully reflects Ma Jian himself as a marginalised author: Dai Wei is just a stinking, dying body without any physical faculties of a human being. As marginal as the author Ma Jian, who is completely invisible, whose works are banned, and whose temporary presence is tightly monitored in China, Dai Wei does not exist to any other Chinese people except his mother, and there only as an unbearable burden. Zhai , In addition, this also hints at a dual literary aspiration or double authorship: In The Dark Road this double identity is even clearer, and it seems as though a mystical reunion of the two sides occurs, which reconnects the writing aspiration to the translating performance.

In Cad. Meili is the main focalising character, although the story is told by an extradiegetic third-person narrator. Moreover, Ma Jian experiments with a different narrator: Meili is a mother for whom even reading is difficult, her only wealth is the ability of bearing children, but her uterus is just controlled by the government. Therefore we discover that perhaps maternal love becomes the only form of resistance.

When this family, which has exceeded the targeted birth rate, wanders to Heaven Township, where e-waste is disassembled, she gets pregnant again, but the foetus refuses to be born in such a hell on earth, polluted by chemistry and frightened by the one-child policy.

So she decides to protect it in her uterus, waiting to go back to a legal place to deliver it. In his physical and linguistic exile, Ma Jian finds comfort in the re-creative power of translation. The final text and the style of his novels are therefore the result of this transnational and translational process, which is artistically and symbolically epitomised by the writer himself through the narrative devices of the split perspective and multifocalisation.

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London, New York: Damgaard, Peter. Visions in Exile. PhD Dissertation, University of Copenhagen. Kong, Belinda. Belinda Kong. Temple University Press Kong, Shuyu. Loh, Lucienne. Guji chubanshe, Taichen wenhua, The Dark Road, Trans. Flora Drew. Pesaro, Nicoletta.

Constraints and Liberties in Translating Chinese. Cafoscarina, A Critical Reader, Teng, Emma J. Charles Laughlin. Palgrave Macmilian Towards an Ethic of Difference. Wang, Ning. Translation, Globalisation and Localisation: A Chinese Perspective. Multilingual Matters Zhai, Wenyang. The Issue of Illegitimacy: Writing in Diaspora. Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations, Both Ngugi and Dorfman have, in different ways, been forced out of their home countries, they have sought exile in the USA, and they have written and translated into and out of English throughout their lives.

Exiled writers. Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. Escritores exilados. In this article, we will discuss the trajectories Cad. Ngugi is a Kenyan novelist, theorist of post-colonial literature and Distinguished Professor of the University of California, Irvine.

Dorfman is an Argentine-Chilean- American novelist, playwright, essayist, academic, human rights activist and professor of literature and Latin American Studies at Duke University. Both writers share characteristics which motivated this research: Our analysis of these cases will be based on our adaptation of the multidimensional model suggested by John Glad in his Literature in Exile This article is divided into six sections. In the categories of his model, Glad explores different features of exile such as the characteristics exiles have in common and the effects of changing languages, for example.

We have chosen to adapt it so as to include essential questions for our analysis, as well as an important aspect of the publication of the work of exiled writers and self-translators: We conclude the article with our own considerations on self-translation and exile Cad.

To us, exile describes both the person who is expelled from his native country by the authorities and the person who is voluntarily absent for a variety of reasons, political and economic being the most common ones. This article will discuss both types. To achieve these aims, it sponsored conferences on topics related to arts, in general.

However, as from on the founders chose to concentrate on literature and, in the same year, there were conferences on Literature in Washington, U. In Vienna, a group of novelists, poets, and journalists from Central Europe, South Africa, Israel, Cuba, Chile, Somalia, and Turkey presented papers addressing the experience of exile, published in a book entitled Literature in Exile Glad In the papers, writers explored facets of the condition of exile, providing answers to questions such as: Is the effect of changing languages one of enrichment or impoverishment?

Based on testimonies, Glad presents some interesting views. Firstly, he refers to the lack of homogeneity among exile experiences. Secondly, Glad describes the obstacles writers face when experiencing exile, such as linguistic and economic problems.

Literature ceases to be a source of income when the writer is forced to leave his home country. However, Cad. As we shall see, many writers react to exile by producing prolifically, writing novels, autobiographies and self-translating them.

John Glad suggests a multidimensional model of the process of literary creation of exiled writers. First of all, Glad classifies authors according to the circumstances under which they find themselves abroad: Did they take the decision to leave their home countries under coercion? The Brazilian poet Ferreira Gullar, on the other hand, spent seven years in exile but came back to Brazil when he thought it was safe to do so Nogueira Jr Many exiled writers had their work banished in their home countries and the only possible way to survive as a writer and have a literary career was to have their work published abroad.

Milan Kundera is a good example of a writer who had his work published in a number of places: His only chance of being read around the world was to have his work translated first into French and then into many different languages.

The third feature classifies writers according to their intended primary readers.

In the fourth feature, exiled writers are classified according to the extent of the differences between their mother and foreign languages and cultures. The fifth feature refers to the language of Cad. If it is different, does the writer react or switch? Considering self-translation, we would ask, do writers react by writing originals in their first language and self-translating them into their foreign language?

Or do they switch languages? In other words, do they write their original work in a foreign language first and self-translate them into their mother tongues then? Vladimir Nabokov is an example of a writer who would have faced many difficulties due to differences between native and foreign languages had he not been born in a trilingual family and studied in Cambridge. While living in France, he chose to react and he translated Luzhin Defense originally written in Russian — his first language into French — a foreign language.

After moving to the USA, he started writing his originals in English and self-translating his Russian originals into English. We would argue that Nabokov chose to switch especially after the great success achieved by his novel Lolita Antunes , In the sixth feature, Glad groups writers according to their attitude towards repatriation: If they cannot return to their home country, do they even want to?

Looking back at the writers whose experiences of exile we have briefly described, attitude towards repatriation varies. It groups exiled writers and self-translators according to the presentation of their work to readers: Are the works of exiled writers and self-translators presented to readers as self- translations?

If self-translations are transparent, they are presented as works translated by the author in the paratexts. If, on the other hand, there is no information in the Cad. It is important to highlight, however, that acting politically as a self-translator means showing that the authors themselves are the translators of their works in the paratexts.

He learned to read and write in Kikuyu, his mother tongue, and learned English during his school years. Ngugi wrote his first four novels in English: After some time, he felt compelled to explain why he had chosen to write in English and not in Kikuyu. He stated that up to a certain moment African writers did not feel there was anything wrong with writing African literature in English or in other European languages Ngugi , In , Ngugi was invited to participate in the cultural projects of the Kamiriithu Community Education and Culture Centre as an educator and playwright Rodrigues , In prison, he decided to abandon English and adopt Kikuyu as his primary language of creative writing Ngugi , He wrote Caitani Mutharabaini , which he later translated into Cad.

His decision was due to his wish to see his work move beyond the limits Kikuyu naturally imposed upon it. Caitani Mutharabaini is the first modern novel to be written originally in Kikuyu. This forced him into exile, first in Britain, and then the U. His next Kikuyu novel, Matigari , was published in and banned in Kenya. Between and , it could not be sold in Kenyan bookshops. In fact, all books written by Ngugi were removed from educational institutions , 20 since most of them are highly critical of the inequalities and injustices in Kenyan society.

Ngugi remained in exile for the duration of the Moi dictatorship, between and When he and his wife returned to Kenya after twenty-two years in exile, they were attacked by four hired gunmen and managed to escape. Ngugi has continued to write and translate prolifically, publishing, in , Wizard of the Crow, an English translation — by the author — of the Kikuyu language novel Murogiwa Kagogo.

In addition, Ngugi was until recently one of the directors of the Centre for the Advancement of African Languages and Literatures, an organization located in Africa. As we have seen before, Ngugi carried on his political project of making African languages become literary languages, strong and visible both inside and outside the limits of the African continent. We also see here the self-translator, an individual acting politically, with clear purposes, in a social context.

He self-translates his own short story from Kikuyu into English and has a group of Africans, who use different African languages, translate the same story into their own languages.

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In other words, Ngugi acts politically when he has other people working so as to show the existence of other languages in the African continent. He went to the USA, where Dorfman followed him and had a traumatic experience in a hospital, which led him to renouncing the Spanish language , He did not speak Spanish for ten years and became a speaker of English.

But eventually, he fell in love with the language and with the movement that would become the Chilean revolution, and he finally came to renounce the English language because it was the language of the gringos, oppressors of Latin America. In , the year Dorfman published his first novel, Moros en la Costa, a military coup led by General Pinochet left Allende dead. Dorfman survived seeking asylum in the Argentine Embassy and declaring himself an exile. Dorfman has written and translated, alone or in collaboration with translators, several works.

He wrote the play Death and the Maiden in Spanish and translated it into English a short time after he had finished writing it.

According to Dorfman, he decided to translate it himself because the Chilean audience did not like the play and rejected it altogether Dorfman , He wrote the novel Konfidenz in Spanish and translated it into English. Then he corrected the Spanish version using what he learned when translating it into English Dorfman , The author wrote Cad.

A Bilingual Journey in English and then translated it into Spanish, following the original structure, as he says.

Besides, the work he produced while in exile is filled with stories about Pinochet, Chile, and Chilean dictatorship. Before we do so, however, let us highlight the view of self-translation as literary creation, as argued by both Ngugi and Dorfman.

Dorfman has a different name for the process of self-translation: However, he does not describe the process of self-translation. Ngugi and Dorfman describe a complex process of self-translation that interferes with the so-called original writing.

Let us now see Cad. However, while for Ngugi and his wife, going back to Kenya for the first time — as adults — was a traumatic experience that made them leave their native country, Dorfman experienced such trauma during childhood in a hospital and remained in the USA after going through that experience in the country the family searched for exile.

Later, both writers had successful academic careers in America. The conditions that made Ngugi and Dorfman leave their native countries differ somewhat. Ngugi left Kenya so as to promote his new book at the time. While in Britain, he found out he could not go back home because there were plans to eliminate him. While in Chile, Dorfman escaped death since he was not at the presidential palace on the day of the coup.

He sought asylum in the Argentine Embassy, declared himself an exile, and subsequently lived in Paris, Amsterdam, and Washington D. However, both Ngugi and Dorfman try to reach distinct readers — the ones back home and the readers of English in the USA and around the world — at the same time. Since he started writing in Kikuyu and translating his books into English, several groups of primary readers were aimed at, both in Africa and around the world. As for Dorfman, most of his materials are published both in English and in Spanish.

Therefore, his primary readers are the readers of English and Spanish. In other words, original writing in Spanish alone would not make the story of Chile known to a sufficient number of readers. If we take into consideration that million people speak English as a second language, which makes Cad.

As for the differences between the languages, both Ngugi and Dorfman grew up between the languages they write and translate into, which means they would be familiar with at least some of the differences. When in exile, both writers chose to write in and translate into both languages. But again they made different choices. While Ngugi chose to write his novels in Kikuyu and to translate them into English so as to show that an African language can be a language of literature, Dorfman chose to write both in English and in Spanish, to translate from and into English and Spanish, about the same topic: So, while Ngugi acts politically writing novels in Kikuyu to make it a language of literature, Dorfman acts politically to make the story of Chile known to as many people as possible.

Ngugi, on the other hand, has lived in the USA since he moved there in Since Ngugi acts politically to make readers aware of the literary potential of Kikuyu, a transparent self-translation is the only possible strategy. His autobiography, translated by himself into Spanish, is the only transparent self-translation by Dorfman. Full screen gif download. Fake divorce papers download. R6 stat tracker challenge. Advanced reading power 4 pdf. Cry baby lane original.

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Bowles himself, however, describes the operation of a dialogic process, at least with respect to the oral storytellers whose work he translated: Electronic Theses, Treatises and Dissertations, Meili is perched on the end of the bed, her hands carefully crossed over her belly. Poetry translation. The different papers in this volume also aim at circumnavigating a broad spatial and temporal spectrum,2 providing a new understanding of exile as a theoretical concept, analytical category, and lived experience in the study of the translation of literary texts.

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