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9783954902958

Chotiwari-Jünger, Steffi

Georgische Literatur in deutschen Übersetzungen

Bibliographie – 1887 bis 2017

2017
14.8 x 21.0 cm, 112 p., paperback / softback
19,90 €

ISBN: 9783954902958
Preface
Table of Contents

Short Description

According to the last bibliography "The literatures of the peoples of the Caucasus - New translations and German-language bibliography" (2003) by Steffi Chotiwari-Jünger, this book presents a bibliography specifically for Georgian literature, which also includes the years 2000 to 2017, in there was a veritable boom in translations of Georgian works and the number of translations into German doubled.
The translated Georgian works are divided into anthologies, books, authors, anonyms and folklore, and individual works in magazines and newspapers are also listed. In addition to the bibliography, a chronological overview of the study of Georgian literature as well as the circumstances and peculiarities of translating Georgian literature into the Germanspeaking countries is given and the individual stages and the role of mediators, scientists, translators, institutions, etc. are named.

Description

The present bibliography provides detailed information on all previous translations from Georgian into German since 1887 and provides background information on the history of translations. According to the last bibliography "The literatures of the peoples of the Caucasus - New translations and German-language bibliography" (2003) by Steffi Chotiwari-Jünger, this book presents a bibliography specifically for Georgian literature, which also includes the years 2000 to 2017, in there was a veritable boom in translations of Georgian works and the number of translations into German doubled.
The translated Georgian works are divided into anthologies, books, authors, anonyms and folklore, and individual works in magazines and newspapers are also listed. In addition to the bibliography, a chronological overview of the study of Georgian literature as well as the circumstances and peculiarities of translating Georgian literature into the Germanspeaking countries is given and the individual stages and the role of mediators, scientists, translators, institutions, etc. are named. The bibliography is a reference work for libraries, publishers, booksellers, translators, book fairs, students, cultural workers and general readers interested in Georgia.

Biographical Note

Dr. phil. habil. Steffi Chotiwari-Jünger
born on 24.03.1952 in Leipzig, studied (Russian, Georgian and Tadzhik) an candidate at the Berlin Humboldt University from 1971 to 1979 (including two years at the Iwane-Dshawachischwili University in Tbilisi)
Dissertation on the Georgian writer Konstantine Gamsachurdia
Habilitation on the Georgian historical novel of the 20th century
1979 to 2015 assistant, later senior assistant at the Berlin Humboldt University Berlin
(a 1990-1995 permanent senior assistant, Institute for Slavic Studies, Georgian literature / Russian literature / Russian-language literature of other national authors;
b. from 1995 Georgian language, Georgian literature, regional studies, literatures of the peoples of the Caucasus (Caucasus), literary translations from the Georgian, Russian-speaking writers of the Caucasus.)

Keywords

Anthologie (2) || Anthologies: general (11) || Biography & non-fiction prose (109) || Eastern Europe (229) || Georgia (25) || Georgien (21) || Geschichte der Übersetzungen || Literary studies: general (99) || Literature: history & criticism (145) || Literaturwissenschaft (56) || Übersetzung (6)