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With this, the time has come to end this introduction and invite the reader to exam- ine the following contributions in this book. It would be difficult for a potential Slovenian reader to come across Basque literature unless there lenguae a bridge-language.
But, alas, in his day-to-day life the man later proved incapable of using the dictionary that he had saved.
In spring, the rain wanted to show me, but it did not succeed. From the time I was very small, I remember expressing interest, wanting hipwrtexto learn it, wanting to grasp the reality that was intrinsically related to my family environment, with the roots of a people suffo- cated and oppressed by a war that was not spoken about but that was deeply felt within the family.
Schopenhauer said that there is no emptier pride than the vanity of belonging to a certain people or nation. The world is everywhere and Euskal Herria is no longer just Euskal Herria but. And that this bilingualism is formed in conjunction with such widely spoken languages as Spanish and such prestigious languages in literary circles as French; lan- guages that, in turn, have been displaced by the enormously central and legitimizing place that English occupies in the current global framework.
Such were all our musical references. The book concludes with an article by Teresa M. She sat on a stone and yawned, looking up at the sky. Even a hero strong enough for one act cannot perform a thousand. Some time ago, I moderated a hipertext table of Dutch authors held in Barcelona and asked the participants to speak about this subject.
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There were also those who shook it to wake it up from the comfort of passivity and make it run after the dream of just omnipresence in the media, in hipetrexto, in universities, in the world of work, and so on.
It has worked at the service of sun-language literatures and planet-language litera- tures, too.
I say outside its linguistic field because there are ,enguaje Basque people who only speak Spanish or French. Was it learned in an ikastola Basque school? The figure is impressive and taken on its own would be enough to rank the Basque literary institution above those of nations with similar characteris- tics, such as Wales or Frisia, or even countries such as Uruguay, Peru, Serbia, or the Czech Republic.
Was it only spoken by one of the parents? In the case at hand, one could oppose—and indeed many have lenguzje the desire to live in Basque with a conflicting one, arguing: Kurlansky, A Basque History of the World, On the same day and in more or less formal venues, at ten in the morning I heard someone say I was not a very patriotic person while at six in the evening another person said I was too patriotic. The first child was spoken to in Euskara he had much more contact than I did with my grandparents and my auntsthe second child, according to my mother, died when he was three without hiertexto any Spanish, and the third child, me, was llenguaje to in Basquized Spanish, but Spanish.
Sometimes, I have placed the translation into Spanish of some of my stories in Basque in competent hands, and it lenguzje not work.
However, we must place this pessimism and desperation in context, namely, that of the brutal Francoist repression of the Catalan language. I met a man who entered a burning house and risked his life to save the data com- piled for a Basque dictionary, the first to be published after the Spanish Civil War. After I turned six, the highway extended even further south, toward the Navarrese Ribera region, crossing stranger and more unknown lands that I was unfamiliar with, Mediterranean lands with different colors, new odors, and with a distinct sense of space that fascinated me.
Almost twenty-five years after my first published book hit the stands, I still see the need to try to explain biographically this somewhat peculiar situation. These are reflections imbued with strong autobiographical content in which the authors themselves reflect on their trajectories, the help they have received and the difficulties they have faced in these, the motivations surrounding writing in the Basque language at present, the advantages and disadvantages of belonging to a small literary community such as the Basque one, and the process of self-translation; all issues that, especially explained from the perspective of the writers themselves, are of unquestionable interest.
My manuscript was accepted and thus I was able to publish a French version of Septentrio 5.
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Underlined infinite tree 6. Oroigarri bakarra paper batean utziriko aztarna hila hilartitzaren antzera, letra arraroz idatzita inork ulertzen ez duen hizkuntza batean. I have no doubt that it will be in that language and it will be poetry. Nevertheless, in reality, this term usually has a much more restricted use.
But his interlocutor will not be satisfied by such a spare explana- tion. Obabakoak, Translated by Margaret Jull Costa. Naming Euskara, the Basque language, is naming something strange, unknown, exotic and impenetrable.
I do not have to explain anything to sajtillana. If a language is lost, so, too, is the vision, or at the very least one of the elements that makes this world richer for its differ- ences. It is the same anchor that, for centuries, since the end of the eighteenth at the very least, has secured every literary institution in the world.
Of the second, I will say that I agree, and that love of inexactness gives rise to the false ideas and stereotypes that bog down comprehension of the literary act. Translated by Trinor David Griffith.
Basically, I crossed the bridge. Bucknell University Press, Maybe some funeral reminder, a letter, or book in Basque?
What good is literature for a political cause that can make use of an autonomous government, institutions, radio, and television channels? Those hipsrtexto do not sympathize with the cause see it as the result of childish whim. Even the twenty-five assistantships in the Basque language and culture spread throughout the world and in existence since have not helped to avoid the sense of insularity provoked by Basque literary institutions among Basque writers.
Why do you do what you do?