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Lawrence Venuti
House by the Railroad, 1925
Compartment C, Car 293, 1938
Solitude, 1944
Hills, South Truro, 1930
Sea Watchers, 1952
Edward Hopper, 1948 Edward Hopper in his studio, 1948
Lawrence Venuti is Professor of English at Temple University. He works in early modern literature, British, American, and foreign poetic traditions, translation theory and history, and literary translation. He is the author of Our Halcyon Dayes: English Prerevolutionary Texts and Postmodern Culture, The Translator's Invisibility: A History of Translation , and The Scandals of Translation: Towards an Ethics of Difference. He is the editor of the anthology of essays, Rethinking Translation: Discourse, Subjectivity, Ideology, and of The Translation Studies Reader, a survey of translation theory from antiquity to the present. His translations from the Italian include works by Dino Buzzati, I. U. Tarchetti, Juan Rodolfo Wilcock and Antonia Pozzi.
Six sonnets
Philip Krummrich
~ Four classical Portuguese and Spanish sonnets translated to English and the Nicolai's satirical poem on Goethe's Werther translated to Spanish ~

[Tu, deusa tutelar da solidão...], Alcipe
[Busque Amor novas artes...], Luis Vaz de Camões
[Amor, se uma mudança imaginada...], Violante do Céu
[Fermoso Tejo meu...], Francisco Rodrigues Lobo
[Yo os quiero confesar...], Bartolomé Leonardo de Argensola
Freuden des jungen Werthers, Christoph Friedrich Nicolai
Leonor de Almeida Leonor de Almeida,
known as Alcipe, c. 1780
Philip Krummrich is Professor of Comparative Literature at Morehead State University. He earned his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of Illinois. As a translator, his goal is to make primary texts available in English for the use of comparatists; he works mostly with originals in Spanish and Portuguese. He is the author of A Critical, Dual-language Edition of Quadras ao Gôsto Popular / Quatrains in the Popular Style by Fernando Pessoa; A Critical, Portuguese/ English Edition of Anfitrião, ou Júpiter e Alcmena / Amphitryon, or Jupiter and Alcmena by the Eighteenth-Century Portuguese Jewish Writer Antônio José da Silva; and The Hero and Leander Theme in Iberian Literature, 1500-1800: An Anthology of Translations.
René de Costa

Guillermo Sheridan
Juan Larrea y Vicente Huidobro Juan Larrea (left) and
Vicente Huidobro in 1919
René de Costa is Emeritus Professor of Spanish and Spanish American Literatures at the University of Chicago. He is the author of The Poetry of Pablo Neruda, Vicente Huidobro. The Careers of a Poet, En pos de Huidobro: siete ensayos de aproximación, and Humor in Borges. He has edited Vicente Huidobro y el creacionismo, a volume of historical texts and critical essays on Huidobro, and Poesía y poética 1911-1948, a commented anthology of Huidobro's works. He has published critical editions of Altazor by Vicente Huidobro, Los heraldos negros by Cesar Vallejo, and Poemas y antipoemas by Nicanor Parra.
Ian Barnett

Still life, Gris Still life with mask, 1919
Juan Gris
Ian Barnett has been translating from Spanish and French into English since 1994. He studied French literature and linguistics, and graduated from St. Catherine's College, Oxford University. His translations includes works of contemporary novelists like Héctor Tizón, Carlos Gamerro, Pablo de Santis, Osvaldo Soriano and Alberto Laiseca, among others, and of several poets, like Roberto Juarroz, Hugo Mujica, Gustavo Garcia Saraví and Raúl González Tuñón. In the last years he has been dedicated also to theatre and has translated the plays of The Bosch Heptalogy by Rafael Spregelburd, Peron's Princess by Marcelo Pitrola, Chicken Walk by Pablo Iglesias, and Registers, a volume of Federico León's collected works. He has lived in Liverpool, Oxford, Barcelona, Paris, Managua and Buenos Aires, where he is a lecturer of the Masters Program in Translation at the University of Belgrano.
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Five poems from Edward Hopper by Ernest Farrés