Tag Archives: Jules Verne

Reading Zettel’s Traum: Week 16, pp. 149-157

The next important landmark of the journey is an elevated hunting blind discovered in the forest. All the four characters climb it. Franziska shows Pagenstecher a small doll representing a Native American girl that she calls Narra-mattah (after the white girl kidnapped by Indians  in Fenimore … Continue reading

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The Great Untranslated: O Megas Anatolikos by Andreas Embirikos

This is to inaugurate a new category of this blog. It will be an idiosyncratic overview of works not translated into any language that I can read or not translated at all, but which, judging by the secondary sources,  seem to … Continue reading

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