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Introduction Migrations of Theories: Autobiography and Translation -- Literacy Narratives: Mary Antin and Laura Goodman Salverson -- Immigrant Crypto(auto)graphy: Akemi Kikumura and Apolonja Maria Kojder -- Experimental Self-Translations: Eva Hoffman and Smaro Kamboureli -- Translation as Allegorical Metafiction: Marlene Nourbese Philip and Jamaica Kincaid -- Conclusion.
Focuses on linguistic and philosophical dimensions of translation, showing how the dominant language serves to articulate and reinforce social, cultural, political, and gender hierarchies. This title examines Canadian and American examples of traditional autobiography, autoethnography, and experimental narrative.
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