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  Volume 8 Number 2, October 1990

Table of Contents


Translation and Deterritorialization

Introduction to Translation and Deterritorialization

pp. 169-171

Women's Poetry and The Sexual Politics of Babel

pp. 173-182

Resisting Translation: Slang and Subversion in the Reb├ętika

pp. 183-196

Cavafy's Homosexuality and His Reputation Outside Greece

pp. 197-211

Empowering the Minor: Translating Women's Autobiography

pp. 213-221

Orality, Reader Address and "Anonymous You": On Translating Second Person References from Modern Greek Prose

pp. 223-243

Translating Engonopoulos, Papadiamantis, Palamas

Language Questions: Diglossia, Translation and the Poetry of Nikos Engonopoulos

pp. 245-261

Papadiamantis into English: Some Observations

pp. 263-274

Translating Palamas

pp. 275-290

The Commerce of Translation

The Commerce of Translation

pp. 291-297

Personal Experiences of Translation

Translatio mea

pp. 299-305

An Unsought for Calling: (My life as a translator from the modern Greek)

pp. 307-315

Translating from Ancient and Modern Greek

pp. 317-323

Verse-to-Verse Translation: Postulates, Problems, and the Sine qua non of Talent

pp. 325-343

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