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'Found in Translation: Literary Dispatches from the Peripheries of Europe'

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'Found in Translation: Literary Dispatches from the Peripheries of Europe'. Grass, Delphine (Curator). 2019.

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title = "'Found in Translation: Literary Dispatches from the Peripheries of Europe'",
abstract = "Writers Emma McGordon (Whitehaven, Cumbria), Grigory Semenchuk (Ukraine), Ulrike Almut Sandig (Germany) and No{\'e}mi Lefebvre (France) have been commissioned to write and creatively translate each other{\textquoteright}s works on the topic of the European periphery. How similar are the challenges faced by German, French or Ukrainian societies? Where is the European periphery today and who represents it? Expect a lively and truly inspired evening of spoken word poetry, filmed poetry, music and creative exchange on what living at the periphery of Europe currently means for these four writers.",
keywords = "Translation, performance, literature, poetry",
author = "Delphine Grass",
year = "2019",
month = mar,
day = "29",
language = "English",

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