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    TRANSLATOR TALK TURKISH LITERATURE ONLINE FOUND IN TRANSLATION Transcript is a Literature Across Frontiers publication Seçil Yaylali Editorial note This issue of Transcript was edited by Alexandra Buchler and Gokçenur Celebioglu NEW TURKISH POETRY Bejan Matur Draw the curtains again This flight of mine Is not a flight Nor yet an arrival NEW TURKISH POETRY Gokçenur C I m all right here under eucalyptus leaves banana trees amidst splitting pomegranates

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-30-poetry-from-turkey (2016-05-02)
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    Paca the Cow Paca was a white cow with big black spots All the other cows admired her handsome spots and never tired of saying how pretty she was But one day Carrot Elf The Carrot Elf and the grey Darnmouse are the best of friends until the day that is when a big argument disrupts their harmony and an angry Carrot Elf decides to go out and see the

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-28-children-s-literature (2016-05-02)
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    of the poor man s hunger isn t for you to appease and the avenger s zeal isn t for you to cool down and the bulldozed house isn t for you to protect with your body and the baby pram that goes up by a whirlwind into heaven isn t for you to seize and bring down gently and the reign of evil isn t for you to cast

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-29-bordered-by-the-sea (2016-05-02)
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    to accept communicative taboos on principle Read more from Tzveta Sofronieva s essay m other words forbidding vowels The word Jude was never free could never be a word like house or sky or milk I could only start to reflect on the people to whom it referred when I learned to say the English word It was in Chicago or New York where I met people who were Jewish

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-26-27-forbidden---forbidding-words (2016-05-02)
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    this city which at the close of winter could never usually boast of anything other than a slouched horizon and gray streets slouched faces and gray coats seldom reminiscent of the great and elegant metropolis that it in fact is On this day however the city was true to its real identity for which the chilly sunny weather was perhaps responsible a day where the light does not fall solely

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-25-winter-shorts (2016-05-02)
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    gather are tins of sardines Truth in order to find space there has to be folded in two and then folded again In a country as small as this so small that you could easily draw it on a one to one scale on this packet of cigarettes you don t know where and how to sit or support yourself on the throat of your neighbour or on the buttocks

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-24-contemporary-verse-from-albania (2016-05-02)
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    s The Baltic Pigs Have Arrived Amaryllises Her son in law was a graphic artist and after helping with the potato harvest or haymaking his hands would shake for several days from lifting the heavy weights he was the first to stop coming Ella thought he was a wimp A doodler As for her daughter in law s profession she couldn t tell a soul about it A doctor of

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-23-latvia (2016-05-02)
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    body to the ground Sianco had wrapped him in a blanket over the winter fearing that he would get cold in the old storehouse Martha gazed down at the scarecrow Its body was becoming more decrepit with each year s exhumation the straw flesh leaving the wooden bones and its innards spilling out from the dark jacket Read more from Caryl Lewis s Martha Jac and Sianco and admire one of Tom Salt s series of scarecrow photographs The Last Window Giraffe Milosevic s father had been promoted from Sunday School teacher to Russian teacher before throwing himself off a rock in Montenegro His mother hanged herself his uncle the general shot himself in the head with two revolvers in stereo One of the banners at the student protests calls on us to keep the family tradition alive Read more from Péter Zilahy s The Last Window Giraffe Siamese If only she could have come in here once a week and relieved herself if only one of my days I could smell a smell other than Erna s the smell of young fresh excretions here in my bathroom it would have got me through the day lifted me high in

    Original URL path: http://transcript-review.org/en/issue/transcript-22-identity-revolutions (2016-05-02)
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