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When the book speaks, I have to remain mute. Eventually, I set a deadline to finish the translation. Translators need to be invisible. They need to leave no trace, I reminded myself. They need to project, to reflect, not to mimic. They need to become someone else. They owe it to themselves to try. If instead we take translators as artists in their own right, in partnership with MP3) than servitude to their source authors; if we think of translation as a dynamic process, a privileged form of reading that can illuminate the original and transfer its energy into a new context, then the act of representing a literary work in another language and culture becomes something altogether more meaningful.
It provides a new way of looking at a text, and through that text, a world. In the best of cases, it allows for the emergence of an entirely new literary work, at once dependent on and independent of the one that prompted it—a work that neither subserviently follows the original nor competes with it, but rather that adds something of worth and of its own to the sum total of global literatures. To present a work as aptly as possible, to recreate it in all its beauty and ugliness, grandeur and pettiness, takes sensitivity, empathy, flexibility, knowledge, attention, caring and tact.
My way with fiction generally is to read the first chapter or so then to get down to it. It is far from scholarly. I listen intently for the timbre of the voice and seek a comparable voice in English that might bring to English the experience a native reader might have in Hungarian. Narrative proceeds from there. Literary precision includes the idea of effect, pace, register, intensity and much else. Effect is partly a subjective judgment but so is writing.
At that point, it started to fall in place and started to make a little bit more sense. Little by little, you build a portfolio. Renato So your book is called Sympathy for the Traitor. In your book, you discuss a lot of this: the translator as a co-author, as another writer.
How did you get to that point? The writer has to grapple with them in a particular way to bring whatever the intention is across. The translator basically has to work with the same kind of material. The translation is kind of the servant or the valet of literary work. Therefore, in a subordinate position, in theory or by nature, the translation will never be as good as the original. It will never really be a faithful representation of the original.
Michael P Uh huh. Renato I read a story by him, a short story in English, in college, and I loved the short story. And then I said, wow, this MP3) great in English, it must be fantastic in Spanish. So, I looked for the book. And I found the original book, and the original was worse. Michael S Aw. That sometimes the professional translation, the actual translation can be as good, or even better than, the original.
Michael P Well, you know Borges was a great fan of translation, and one of the things that he particularly liked about having his own work translated into English is that he felt it was leaner and meaner.
Renato Yes. Make me tough and make me skinny and gaucho and macho. Renato —short story. But Borges was an Anglophile, so this whole element, yes, Michael— Michael S This ties into these two sort of guiding principles you have about translators.
The first being that they are creative artists in and of themselves. Plot, theme, characters, and all of the other essentials have been provided. And I love this ending. So, he can just sit down and write. Michael P Absolutely. I mean, Rabassa was not only one of the great translators, but one of the great advocates of translation, and someone who had incredible respect for his art. Of course, he worked with some of the greatest Spanish-language authors of his time.
And we owe it to him, in the English-speaking world, to have brought us Garcia Marquez and so many of the other great works that have now become these touchstones of contemporary Latin American literature. But he also recognized that the translator was a creative artist in his or her own right, and that when he translated a book, he was putting as much of himself into it as he was drawing out the original.
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