John Ciardi in the Seventh Circle of Hell
An examination of differences between John Ciardi's translation of the Inferno and Dante's original indicates how critics might appreciate the creative aspects of a translation.
||Translation, Dante, Inferno
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 5, pp.63-68.
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The Academy of American Poets granted John DuVal the 1992 Harold Morton Landon Translation Award for his translation of Cesare Pascarella's The Discovery of America. He received a 1999-2000 NEA for his translation of a play by Adam le Bossu. His most recent book of translations is From Adam to Adam: Seven Old French Plays, with Pegasus Paperbooks, which has scheduled a third and expanded printing in 2005 of his Fabliaux Fair and Foul (both with Raymond Eichmann). He directs the Program in Literary Translation at the University of Arkansas.
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