Poetics in Translation: Make It New by Ezra Pound and Transcreation by Haroldo de Campos

  title={Poetics in Translation: Make It New by Ezra Pound and Transcreation by Haroldo de Campos},
  author={Molina Robles and Jos{\'e} Gonz{\'a}lez Luis},
The aim of this work is to present how translation became a poetics for the American poet Ezra Pound and the Brazilian Poet Haroldo de Campos. Both poets employed translation to expand their understandings about poetry but, at the same time, to create a new approach to the literary phenomenon by bringing together works of authors from many different geographies, epochs and languages. Pound started to write poetry following the rhythm of the Anglo-Saxon and then he took a different direction… 
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