[ilds] quizz

Denise Tart & David Green dtart at bigpond.net.au
Wed Feb 9 21:30:27 PST 2011


the line 'sank beneath our wisdom like a stone' comes from Leonard Cohen.

you cant make protected species out of everything. some things last, most dont. most things transform over time, but a book becomes and artifact. if the master copy remains it can be reproduced. but tastes change. its hard. 


From: Rony Alfandary 
Sent: Wednesday, February 09, 2011 5:53 PM
To: ilds at lists.uvic.ca 
Subject: [ilds] quizz

You write: "writers, culture, beers, football teams, farmland and vinyards sink beneath our wisdom like a stone."
now, isn't that a take on Dylan (Bob)? 
certainly struck a chord, twanging, in my mind. i will let it vibrate for a while and than ask for mercy and a clue..,:)
here in Israel LD is barely known. if I had a $ for each time i had to tell people whom I was writing my thesis on, i would be very rich indeed.
what about translation?
only the first two volumes of the quartet have been translated. 
i wonder whether Cortazar's wife's translation of the quartet into Spanish made LD more known in the spanish speaking world.


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