Incomparable empires : modernism and the translation of Spanish and American literature / Gayle Rogers
- Rogers, Gayle, 1978-
- New York : Columbia University Press, 
- Physical Description:
- x, 296 pages ; 24 cm.
- Introduction: Modernism, translation, and the fields of literary history -- "Splintered staves": Pound, comparative literature, and the translation of Spanish literary history -- Restaging the disaster: Dos Passos, empire, and literature after the Spanish-American war -- Jimenez, modernism/o, and the languages of comparative modernist studies -- Unamuno, nativism, and the politics of the vernacular; or, On the authenticity of translation -- Negro and Negro: translating American blackness in the shadows of the Spanish empire -- "Spanish is a language tu": Hemingway's cubist Spanglish and its legacies -- Conclusion: Worlds between languages-the Spanglish Quixote.
- 9780231178563 hardcover alkaline paper
0231178565 hardcover alkaline paper
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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