Paul Celan (23 November 1920 – c. 20 April 1970) was a Romanian poet and translator. He was born as Paul Antschel into a Jewish family in the former Kingdom of Romania (now Ukraine), and changed his name to "Paul Celan" (where Celan in Romanian would be pronounced Chelan, and was derived from Ancel, pronounced Antshel), becoming one of the major German-language poets of the post-World War II era.
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... Zyklus nach Gedichten von Paul Celan für Bariton und Klavier (Cycle based on the poetry of Paul Celan for baritone and piano) (1956) Eingedunkelt für Alt-Solo (Eingedunkelt for Alto ...
... Gedichte, readings of his translations of Osip Mandelstam and Sergei Yesenin Six Celan Songs, texts of his poems "Chanson einer Dame im Schatten", "Es ...
... In arcadia, Bd 39, 2004·1, S.2-26 Celan und Czernowitz – topographische Überlegungen ... Paul Celan-Symposion Wien 2000, ed ... Paul Celan und Friederike Mayröcker ...
... Joris has translated in full three acclaimed works of poetry by Paul Celan into English (published by Green Integer and Sun Moon Press) a "Selections ...
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“No word, no thing,
and eithers unique name.”
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