Tag Archives: translation

Happy birthday, Viktor Shklovsky!

By | January 24, 2018

Viktor Shklovsky, one of the foremost literary critics and theorists of the 20th century, was born 125 years ago today. To celebrate the anniversary of his birth, Alexandra Berlina reflects on the challenges of translating this formidable figure in the anthology Viktor Shklovsky: A Reader.  Some children have imaginary friends; I had imaginary aliens. One of… Read More »

Announcing MLA award winners: Ecocriticism and Italy and Viktor Shklovsky: A Reader

By | December 11, 2017

We’re excited to share the news that two of our recent publications have been honored by the Modern Language Association. Serenella Iovino has been awarded the ninth Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Italian Studies for her book Ecocriticism and Italy: Ecology, Resistance, and Liberation, and Alexandra Berlina has been awarded the twelfth Aldo and Jeanne… Read More »

Praise for Thomas Mann in English – now in paperback!

By | September 27, 2016

This week, the Bloomsbury Literary Studies team is heading to the annual conference of the German Studies Association. We’re excited to showcase sixteen volumes from New Directions in German Studies, our fantastic series that uses new perspectives and methodologies to reframe aspects of the discipline and shed light on underrepresented areas of study. We’re especially… Read More »