Found in translation

Poetry, Poesie, Poesia By James H. Miller I have an undying respect for poetry translators. I've never had the patience or discipline to truly learn a foreign language myself. I tried Spanish so that I might read Cesar Vallejo in the original, attempted German because I thought Goethe was really rad, and then French for …

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Nonsense in the current social order

The University of Resentment: Alan Kaufman’s Wild Idea By Kwame Opoku-Duku, Forum General Editor "I am very unhappy with current attempts throughout the universities of the Western world by a group I have called 'the school of resentment' to put the arts, and literature in particular, in the service of social change...pseudo-Marxists, pseudo-feminists, watery disciples of …

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México: Política y Poética

Modern and Contemporary Works on Paper and Animations By Katie Dalla, Forum Poetry Editor It’s not often that an art exhibit representing a country goes to the extent of actually showcasing remains of its own citizens. No, nobody’s limbs were severed and put on a podium, but Teresa Margolles’ vibrant yet grotesque 2003 piece, Papeles, brings …

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