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Benjamin Fondane’s Ulysses
Bilingual Edition

Benjamin Fondane
Translated from the French and with an Introduction by Nathaniel Rudavsky-Brody
Foreword by David Rieff

Hardcover $55.00L    |    978-0-8156-3499-7    |    2017

Paper $19.95s    |    978-0-8156-3516-1    |    2017

ebook 978-0-8156-5399-8

A major poetic work of the Jewish Romanian poet and philosopher Benjamin Fondane.

"The translator’s careful consideration of the complexities of the original is not only a faithful transposition, but also an accessible and enjoyable experience for the anglophone reader . . . highly commendable."—Olivier Salazar-Ferrer, author of Benjamin Fondane

"This meditative and rhapsodic travelogue of a Romanian Jew takes the reader from the poet’s childhood home to Paris in its heyday, between the Wars, and on a voyage down the coast of Africa, across to South America, and back, presenting his travels as both a mythic tale and an existential search."—Brooks Haxton, author of They Lift Their Wings to Cry

  Benjamin Fondanes Ulysses

  Benjamin Fondane (1898–1944) was a Romanian Jew who immigrated to France in 1923 to pursue his love of French poetry and philosophy. He is the author of several collections of poetry and philosophical essays, selections of which have been translated into English, including Cinepoems and Others. Nathaniel Rudavsky-Brody has translated the work of French and Belgian poets, including Paul Valéry and Benjamin Fondane. In 2013, he was awarded the Susan Sontag Prize for Translation. His translation of Valéry’ s poetry is forthcoming from Farrar, Straus and Giroux, and his work has appeared in TriQuarterly, Two Lines, and Cerise.

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6 x 9, 208 pages, notes, bibliography, index

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