by Mimi Khalvati
Mimi Khalvati expresses her desire to preserve, 'The sweetness and simplicity of [Kajal's] voice, the political and personal passion, the directness and immediacy of the address ... [together with her] sense of humour and the fable-like quality of the poems', in the translations she made with Choman Hardi.
by Sarah Maguire
If we could read the poets that move huge audiences elsewhere in the world, would it wake up our own? On the Guardian's blog Sarah Maguire prescribes a course of translation to restore the vitality of British verse.
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