Meet the woman who brings Haruki Murakami works to an enthusiastic Poland

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Aug 02, 2017 · Meet the woman who brings Haruki Murakami works to an enthusiastic Poland Anna Zielińska-Elliott is now translating her 12th Murakami novel from Japanese into Polish, as she has done for 30 years. She is a professor of Japanese literature at Boston University.

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“Meet the woman who brings Haruki Murakami works to an enthusiastic Poland” “Anna Zielińska-Elliott is now translating her 12th Murakami novel from Japanese into Polish, as she has done for 30 years.”

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With the exception of the pimp, a member of a vicious Chinese gang, Murakami’s characters are almost all sympathetic. Murakami tends to withhold moral judgement, even from the emotionally detached businessman who pummeled the prostitute.

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Christian Science Monitor profiling Anna Zielińska-Elliott, College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences “When Haruki Murakami’s 13th novel, “Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage,” was released in Poland, Polish readers didn’t necessarily need to go to bookstores to find a copy…” View full profile.

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Meet the woman who brings Haruki Murakami works to an enthusiastic Poland Anna Zielińska-Elliott is now translating her 12th Murakami novel from Japanese into Polish, as she has done for 30 years. She is a professor of Japanese literature at Boston University.

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On August 2, 2017, The Christian Science Monitor, a Boston-based online newspaper, introduced Anna Zielińska-Elliott, professor of Japanese literature at Boston University, who has been translating Haruki Murakami’s novels into Polish for over 30 years.

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This phenomenon, called “the hegemony of English,” is a frustration for many European translators of Murakami. “English versions are often heavily edited. And generally, they tend to domesticate, so all the foreignness is taken out,” Zielińska-Elliott said.

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I mentioned this fascinating Christian Science Monitor profile of Murakami Haruki’s Polish translator Anna Zielińska-Elliott, Meet the woman who brings Haruki Murakami works to an enthusiastic Poland, when it came out — and now she’s going to be speaking at Princeton, tomorrow (12:00-13:30) on Arbitraging Japaneseness: Translating Haruki …

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You Need to Read Haruki Murakami’s New Stories looking for answers in Murakami’s work can seem like a fool’s errand. Men Without Women by Haruki Murakami is available in bookstores and