Born in 1981, Nicolas Cavaillès is one of the major translators of Romanian literature into French. He translated modern classics including Urmuz, the symbolist poet Emil Botta, the philosopher Constantin Noica, and contemporary poets, essayists, and novelists: Gabriela Adameşteanu, Ileana Mălăncioiu, Constantin Acosmei, Radu Aldulescu, Mircea Cărtărescu, Norman Manea, Dumitru Tsepeneag, and Matei Vişniec. He also published Cioran’s French works in Gallimard’s “Bibliothèque de la Pléiade” and authored three books with Sonneur (Paris): Vie de monsieur Leguat (Goncourt de la Nouvelle Prize 2014), Pourquoi le saut des baleines (Gens de Mer Prize, 2015), and Les Huit Enfants Schumann (2016).DU: After the fall of the communist regime in many countries of the former Communist Bloc in 1989, a new contemporary literature market emerged. Cultural institutions and literary agents, including editors and translators both from these countries and from France, supported the promotion and translation of contemporary writers. For instance, in 2005 “Les Belles Étrangères” program introduced French readers to six male and six female contemporary Romanian writers: Gabriela Adameșteanu, Ștefan Agopian, Ana Blandiana, Mircea Cărtărescu, Gheorghe Crăciun, Letiția Ilea, Dan Lungu, Ion Mureșan, Marta Petreu, Simona Popescu, Cecilia Ștefănescu, and Vlad Zografi. In your opinion, did events and projects such
Journal of World Literature – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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