The Metamorphosis: A New Translation by Susan Bernofsky by Franz Kafka
The Metamorphosis: A New Translation by Susan Bernofsky Franz Kafka ebook
Publisher: Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.
Jan 17, 2014 - spread - new underground art + literature · Subscribe + Spread the Love | Log in he's sold is himself…” —Susan Bernofsky from the afterword to her new translation of “The Metamorphosis” by Franz Kafka · Metamorphosis. Jan 20, 2014 - The Metamorphosis: A New Translation by Franz Kafka, Susan Bernofsky (Translator), David Cronenberg (Introduction)( W. This version, based on a completely new translation by Susan Berofsky, has just been released by W W Norton in the U.S., and has an introduction by Davis Cronenberg. Mar 24, 2014 - It was with some hesitation, then, that I picked up Susan Bernofsky's new translation of this "classic" tale and, colour me off-grey indistinguishable insect colour, I am a convert. Her many published translations include Siddhartha, The Black Spider, The Metamorphosis and seven of Robert Her forthcoming translation of Jenny Erpenbeck's novel The End of Days will be published in November 2014 and her new libretto for Mozart's The Magic Flute is scheduled to premiere in May 2014 at the Opera Theatre of St. Apr 15, 2014 - Susan Bernofsky is associate professor and Director of Literary Translation in the writing program at the School of the Arts. Jan 21, 2014 - London-based book cover designer Jamie Keenan has created a terrific cover for a new paperback edition of Franz Kafka's 1915 novella Metamorphosis. Mar 5, 2014 - Writing in the New Yorker, translator Susan Bernofsky discusses the problem: The epithet ungeheueres Ungeziefer in the In my translation, Gregor is transformed into “some sort of monstrous insect” with “some sort of” added to blur the borders of the somewhat too specific “insect”; I think Kafka wanted us to see Gregor's new body and condition with the same hazy focus with which Gregor himself discovers them. Jan 8, 2014 - Such as, for example, Susan Bernofsky, author of a fastidious new translation of The Metamorphosis, and Jay Cantor, whose provocative story collection Forgiving the Angel dedicates itself to the gaunt specter of modernism. Forgiving the Angel: Four Stories for Franz Kafka by Jay Cantor (Knopf).