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Return kyitce Book Page. Erben compiled and wrote A Bouquet based on his studies of Slavic folktales and folk songs. First published init is dotted with murder and mayhem: Written as ballads, Marcel Erben compiled and wrote A Bouquet based on his studies of Slavic folktales and folk songs. Written as ballads, Marcela Sulak’s new translation perfectly captures the cadence and rhythm in an English that is fresh and energetic.
This edition also includes Erben’s own notes explaining the origins of many of these tales. Hardcover1stpages. Published December 15th by Twisted Spoon Press kyticw published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A Bouquetplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. View all 5 comments.
Sep 17, Dewey rated it liked it. This made Erben and Banquet, an important literary work of his, essential reading for a guy khtice me. While Twisted Spoon Press is great for bringing Eastern Kytuce literature into English and has published a few noteworthy publications, such as the poetry of Sandor Kanyadi, the Arsonist by Egon Hostovsky and Primeval by Olga Tokarczuk, the more I’ve read their publications the less impressed I’ve been of their output as a whole and have felt an aversion every time I see their books in a bookshop.
At first I wasn’t sure if it was the translations since a few were good and some stories may just have not had much to bring to English. But now, as I read these Erben fairy tales in poetic format, I can see, plainly and with lucidity, that these stories did not deserve the quality of translation they were given.
I don’t think that’s entirely the translators fault: Plus it’s not easy to translate poetry that 1 rhymes and 2 tells a story. But it just goes to show that behind the unique and lovely bookmaking that goes into the appearance of a Twisted Spoon book the publishers are content with giving their readers a tepid translation.
Which is sad because I would have otherwise enjoyed these tales a lot more than I did. When I have children I would be happy to read at least half of these tales to them before their bedtime.
The weak translation didn’t stimulate my brain much so I don’t have much to say about the tales either, except that they are interesting for their not so happy endings, at least most of erbeh time. While I plan on keeping this book on my shelf to reference the information on the kyrice and Slavic folklore at the end of the book, those looking to read Erben should not read this book, at least not first, unless they can read the original in Czech and until a new and better translation comes out.
Jun 23, James Klagge rated it liked it Shelves: A litany of murder, betrayal, evil spirits, and regret. These tales from my cultural past, collected in the mid-nineteenth century, feel very foreign to the modern world. But, on the other hand, my mother’s father’s mother is reputed to have been crazy. Jaeomr came from Chotusice, karle little village in Bohemia that I have visited and where various 3rd cousins of mine still live.
She didn’t like living in the US, and after my grandfather was born injaroomr returned home with him for a while. The fa A litany of murder, betrayal, evil spirits, and regret.
A Bouquet : Of Czech Folktales by Karel Jaromír Erben (3 star ratings)
The family story is that she had a child there and gave it away to a cousin, and then returned to the US. Later she had another child and when it died she blamed its death on my 6-year-old grandfather, for having taken it outside on the tenement balcony once.
My grandfather also told of actually receiving coal in his stocking at Christmas. Those are distant echoes of the kind of tales contained in this collection. The translation from the Czech aims to preserve rhyme and rhythm. It does this, presumably at the cost of literal meaning.
While I generally prefer translations that aim for literal meaning, these tales seem best captured and conveyed through rhyme and rhythm, so the translation seems fine. Oct 30, Kutice rated it liked it.
Kniha: Kytice – Karel Jaromír Erben
Cannibalism, pilgrimages through Hell, the boiled heads of family members—that kind of thing. Kytice is a really interesting book by K. This collection of poems is pretty scary. Though it doesn’t belong to my favorite books, it is of the czech classics everyone should read.
The book compared to the movie is more detailed. The movie is really artistic and I would compare it to some of Warhols movies.
I would kyticce this book to everyone, because it is just classic. Everyone who loves romanticism should re Kytice is a really interesting book by K. Everyone who loves romanticism should read it and everyone who likes good poetry too.
If you are interested in czech folklore, read this, you’re gonna love it. It’s a compulsory reading for me.
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Then, inhe went to Prague where he studied philosophy and later law. He became editor of a Prague’s newspaper in Two years later, inhe became archives’ secretary of the National Museum. He died on November 21, of tuberculosis. No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from A Bouquet: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.