Texts on translation

Henri Meschonnic
The Université de Paris VIII, France

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Henri Meschonnic was born in Paris in 1932. Agrégé in Classics, he is Professor of Linguistics in charge of doctoral courses at the Université de Paris VIII. He has published some ten books of poetry, as well as numerous volumes on various aspects of language and poetics. Several of his translations of Biblical passages have been set to music and performed on stage.

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