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Book, Criticism and translation[LS]

Book, Criticism and translation[LS]


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Organized in the sections “Literature is not a document”, “Writings in Rio, Writings from England” and “Some translated poetry”, the critical texts that Ana Cristina Cesar wrote throughout the 1970s and 1980s reveal the poet's unmistakable verve. Among combative essays on documentary cinema in Brazil, cursed writers and female participation in national poetry, the annotated translation of the short story “Bliss”, by Katherine Mansfield, stands out, the thesis that earned Ana the title of Masters of Arts at the University of Essex, in England, and also his versions of poems by Sylvia Plath and Emily Dickinson, among others. An essential work for scholars of cinema, literature or translation.

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