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The Tangled Route: MPT No. 3 2015 (Modern Poetry in Translation, Third Series)

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Length: 173 pages1 hour

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‘The Tangled Route’ features a focus on new and classic Uruguayan poetry: new translations of Líber Falco, Horacio Cavallo and Ida Vitale, plus a conversation between two women poets from Uruguay: Laura Chalar and Laura Cesarco Eglin discuss exile, identity and literature. Also in this issue: Ernesto Cardenal in Scots: a poem for Cardenal’s ninetieth birthday, Fedor Svarovsky’s sci-fi poetry, Iraqi poet Mariam Alatar and a review of a new ‘poet’s translation’ of Marina Tsvetaeva.

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