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Poetry in Translation

from Europe and beyond, including our Visible Poets, Arc Translations, Arc Classic Translations, New Voices From Europe and Beyond and Anthologies in Translation series. At Arc Publications, we believe that the importance of translated poetry cannot be overestimated. Reading the poetry of other cultures, countries and backgrounds helps us to understand other points of view. It also gives us an insight into other poetic traditions and allows us to hear unfamiliar voices. Translations of poetry must be poetic translations if they are to help their readers gain understanding, insight, and pleasure from new and exciting work, so we are careful to accept only those translations we consider outstanding.

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Recycling

Tadeusz Rózewicz

Recycling

Always political, and often with a dry humour, Rózewicz looks at friendship and love, art and religion, ageing and death in this collection of recent work.

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Where Are You, Susie Petschek?

Cevat Çapan

Where Are You, Susie Petschek?

Capan's poems are at once lyrical and wry, rich and plain. They inhabit the large landscapes of Turkish life - steppes and forests, seas and mountains - and also an extended world of modern politics.

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Camp Notebook

Miklós Radnóti

Camp Notebook

The fame of this notebook (the pages of which are reproduced at the beginning of this volume) does not only rest on the poignancy of its story; Camp Notebook is a masterpiece in its own right, a crucial work of European verse. It is one of the greatest pieces of literature to emerge from the Holocaust, and probably the finest volume of poetry born from the horror of the Second World War.

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A Virgin from a Chilly Decade

Michael Strunge

A Virgin from a Chilly Decade

Michael Strunge was one of the early voices of a poetic movement in Denmark which came to be known as the 'Poetry of the Eighties'. With the publication of his first collection in 1978 when he was only 20, he achieved almost instant recognition as a rebellious, angry poet who identified strongly with the poor and the socially sidelined.

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Anthracite

Bartolo Cattafi

Anthracite

Poetry Book Society Recommended Translation, Summer 2000

A selection from over 300 poems in the Collected Works, containing some of poet's finest writing.

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Homage to Hat & Uncle Guido & Eliot

Tomaž Šalamun

Homage to Hat & Uncle Guido & Eliot

"Šalamun's poems reel, pinch, jerk, smack and generally kick up their heels. They are comic, worldly, political and blasphemous.

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Mother Tongue: Selected Poems

Rose Ausländer

Mother Tongue: Selected Poems

"There were two ways to respond to that unbearable reality," wrote Rose Ausländer thirty years later, remembering the Chernovtsy ghetto under the Nazis. "Either one could despair entirely, or one could occupy a different, spiritual reality. And while we waited for death, there were those of us who dwelt in dreamwords - our traumatic home amidst our homelessness. To write was to live."

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