Anne Carson & Sappho

8 Aug
The use of brackets in Anne Carson’s If Not, Winter  makes what’s missing in Sappho’s text a tangible missing.  There’s something universal in the presentation, almost mathematical or primal.  One would expect our first communications with aliens, prehistoric fish and the dead to be similar when we find some common ground in language and translation.  right?

 

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