Investigates why, of all the British Romantic poets, Byron is the most frequently translated into Hebrew and Yiddish and how Jews used translations of Byron's works to help construct a new Jewish identity. Scholars of Byron, Jewish identity, and those interested in translation and reception studies will appreciate this insightful volume.
Publisher: Wayne State University Press ISBN: 9780814334423 Number of pages: 336 Weight: 544 g Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm
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