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Albiach / Celan : Reading Across Languages is a 2017 book by poet Donald Wellman.[1]

It was published by Annex Press.[2][3]

Accompanying the essays is a memoir / essay by the French poet Jean Daive[4] [5] [6] entitled Anne-Marie Albiach and Paul Celan Urgency and Negation as Response.[7] which treats his friendship with both Albiach and Paul Celan, whom he knew as professor and mentor or friend in the period just prior to his death by drowning in Paris. Daive is one of the few individuals to have known Paul Celan and written first hand accounts of the poets life. An earlier work entitled Under the Dome was released by Burning Deck Pres. The new piece in this book is in part a continuation of that book.[8][9][10]The book also contains the first English publication of a variant poem by Anne-Marie Albiach.[11] [12][13]A review by poet Bill Lavender "The theoretical passages are often paused for personal interjections, and these liberties that he takes with the rules of genre give his work the feel of a poem, which is to say of specificity and untranslatability. If translation is a way of carrying the work across languages, then in that, it merely replicates the many crossings from self to other we must make in any language act. It is exactly the “untranslatable” that we are obliged to translate..." Reviews have appeared on several literary sites, such as Kurt Johnson's Dispatches from the Poetry Wars..[14][15] and a version of the essay on Anne-Marie Albiach appeared in Jacket 32 — April 2007. [16]

Donald Wellman is the author of Roman Exercises, 2015 and has translated Spanish poet Antonio Gamoneda’s work Gravestones. Roman Exercises Review, Murat Nemet-Nejat, Journal of Poetics Research, 3 (2015). [17]

The Cranberry Island Series Patrick James Dunagan New Pages, Dec. 12, 2013 [18]

JON CURLEY Reviews The Cranberry Island Series Galatea Ressurects 26a [19]

Review by Eric Hoffman http://bigbridge.org/BB17/reviews/Eric_Hoffman.html

“Antonio Gamoneda and the ontology of disappearance: A review of 'Description of the Lie' and 'Gravestones'” JOSE-LUIS MOCTEZUMA [20]

Antonio Gamoneda: Lapidas, translated by Donald Wellman by Fernando Perez Exquisite Corpse Jan. 11, 2010 [21]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/donald-wellman
  2. "Albiach Celan Reading Across Languages". Retrieved 2018-01-28. 
  3. https://www.pw.org/content/donald_wellman_3
  4. http://www.lapressepoetry.com/a-woman-with-several-lives.html
  5. http://isola-di-rifiuti.blogspot.com/2009/10/jean-daives-under-dome-walks-with-paul.html
  6. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2011/11/gail-scott-looks-at-rosmarie-waldrops-translation-of-jean-daives-walks-with-paul-celan
  7. "ANNEX PRESS JULIAN KABZA 1973 - Present". annex press. Retrieved 2018-01-28. 
  8. https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/7047936-under-the-dome
  9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Celan
  10. https://www.britannica.com/biography/Paul-Celan
  11. http://jacket2.org/commentary/anne-marie-albiach-1937-2012
  12. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2014/10/beyond-conventional-translation-anne-marie-albiachs-new-collected-poems
  13. https://www.poetryfoundation.org/harriet/2014/10/beyond-conventional-translation-anne-marie-albiachs-new-collected-poems
  14. https://wordpress.com/view/albiachcelan.wordpress.com
  15. http://dispatchespoetrywars.com/author/98/
  16. http://jacketmagazine.com/32/wellman-waldrop-albiach.shtml
  17. http://poeticsresearch.com/issue/jpr03-september-2015/
  18. https://www.newpages.com/item/3544-the-cranberry-island-series
  19. http://galatearesurrection26.blogspot.com/2016/07/the-cranberry-island-series-by-donald.html
  20. https://jacket2.org/reviews/antonio-gamoneda-and-ontology-disappearance
  21. http://www.corpse.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=605&Itemid=99999999


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