Au Present Du Monde/The Present Tense of the World: Poemes 2000-2009/Poems 2000-2009 (Paperback)

Au Present Du Monde/The Present Tense of the World: Poemes 2000-2009/Poems 2000-2009 By Amina Said, Marilyn Hacker (Translator) Cover Image
By Amina Said, Marilyn Hacker (Translator)
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Multi-award winning poet Amina Said was born in Tunis and has lived in Paris since 1978. Her work, though translated into German, Turkish, Arabic, and Italian, has only seen snippets translated into English. Poet Marilyn Hacker has edited and translated a survey of Said's poems from the last ten years in a fully bilingual anthology. The first survey of Said's works to appear in the English language.

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ISBN: 9780984264070
ISBN-10: 0984264078
Publisher: Black Widow Press
Publication Date: June 16th, 2011
Pages: 199
Language: French


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