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by Lise Gauvin,Susanne De Lotbiniere-Harwood


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among many translation activities characteristic for Canada, a feminine translation, meaning an act of re-creation, is particularly worth mentioning. one of its representatives is Susanne de lotbinière-Harwood, a translator of the texts of Quebec feminists, including lise gauvin’s Lettres d’une autre (1984) translated into english in 1989 (Letters from an Other). de lotbinière-Harwood’s. translation caused controversy, as - according to the critics - she explained to much to a reader, inserted too many footnotes and feminized the text more than the original. A truly bilingual book by an award-winning translator.

Dr Louis de Lotbinière-Harwood (1866–1934) . was a Canadian gynaecologist. He was Dean of Medicine at Université de Montréal, the second campus of Université Laval. He was President of the Medical Union of Canada, President of the Hôpital Notre-Dame and President of the Radium Institute, Paris. His reputation as an educator and a surgeon extended throughout North America and Europe, recognised through his creation as an Officier de Le Légion d'honneur in France

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The Quebec Roxane describes to her best friend Sarah in these thirteen letters is a territory fast taking on new shapes. Its geographical space extends from Montreal through the bucolic islands of the Saint Lawrence as far as New York; its cultural space is dominated by literary modernism and feminism. Most significantly, Roxane's map of artistic practices is given against a backdrop of the power relationships which sustain them: the tensions between small and large cultures, the inequalities of Quebec and English Canada, the subtle conflicts which mark the continued subordination of women in a supposedly emancipated society. Her letters address not only that persistent puzzle what is Quebec? but - a question certainly as difficult - what is culture today?""-Sherry Simon, Concordia University
Letters from an Other download epub
Contemporary
Author: Lise Gauvin,Susanne De Lotbiniere-Harwood
ISBN: 0889611262
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Contemporary
Language: English
Publisher: Women's Press (CA); 1st edition (1989)
Pages: 160 pages