Tuesday, February 10, 2009

In Case You Care...

The debate over Horace Engdahl's "insulting remarks" about American Literature is still raging in U.S. literary circles. Perhaps this is a good thing, if it makes Americans stand back and look critically at themselves, as opposed to self-involved analysis; something they don't do all that often.

Martin Earl: Translation and its Discontents: Part 2 (some preliminary examples of a attitude): The Poetry Foundation

(Via Harriet the Blog.)

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