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Der deutsche Wortschatz nach Sachgruppen
It is open to holders of a Bodleian Reader Card. This blog post is an abbreviated version of the exhibition catalogue prepared by Sheela Mahadevan.
Yoko Tawada was born in in Tokyo, Japan. Germany is now her home: She writes in both German and Japanese, with the nature of her bilingualism a prominent feature in her work. Tawada works intensively with German dictionaries when she writes. These are two of those she uses most:.
Tawada writes in a variety of genres and media: Some of her works are written in Japanese, and then translated into German. Other works are written in German. She rarely translates one language into the other herself, but sometimes writes the same text in both Japanese and German.
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Of course Tawada is not alone in making use of multilingualism in her writing. When making deliberate use of ddeutscher different languages, the way the languages are presented to the reader is a very important wortscchatz.
Layout, choice of typeface and clarity of presentation can all influence how the reader perceives the language and culture in relation to others. The Taylorian has examples of bilingual books over several centuries. Opitz, Martin, and Esaias Fellgiebel. Verlegts Jesaias Fellgibel, …, The Third Other Necessary Conversation. Printed and Sold by Tho: She experiments with different forms of paper and other materials in her books.
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Translating Tawada is undoubtedly a challenge; it often requires a knowledge of both Japanese and German. How do we translate so as to recreate the reading experience of a specific book?
For example, in a book that is in German and Japanese, where both languages are to be read in different directions, how is this effect rendered in wortsvhatz English translation? How do we translate deutschee English a German and a Japanese version of the same text?
Is it possible to free oneself from language? Iudicum Verlag, pp. Man ist nicht so ganz unter der Macht der Sprache. Das ist eine Befreiung, und dann kann man erst mutig werden.
If you know another language, then the distance between yourself and the mother tongue can be sensed. You are released, and only then can you become bold.
Wenn man in diese Kluft einmal deutscyer ist, dann ist die Muttersprache auch ganz fremd, ich finde Japanish dann sehr komisch und Deutsch sowieso. If I jump from one language to another while thinking, I sense for a moment that there are quite dark areas without language…if you have fallen into this abyss once, then the mother tongue is quite foreign, I then find Japanese very strange, and German too.
This feeling for me is very important: So wie ich auf Japanisch schreibe, gleicht nicht dem Japanisch, das ich spreche oder der japanischen Sprache, die ich als Kind gelernt habe. In dem Moment, wo man einmal eine Trennung von der Alltagssprache gemacht hat, kommt die literarische Sprache- und die ist sowieso eine Fremdsprache.
Literary language is in any case never the mother tongue. The way I write in Japanese never equates to the Japanese which I speak, or the Japanese language which I learnt as a child.
By using this site you agree to their use. Sheela Mahadevan and Christoph Held setting up the exhibition.
Dornseiff, Franz, and Alfred. Der deutsche Wortschatz nach Sachgruppen. Kluge, Friedrich, and Elmar. Walter De Gruyter, Konkursbuch Verlag Claudia Gehrke, Abenteuer der deutschen Grammatik: Biondi, Franco, and Dragutin.
CON Medien- und Vertriebsgesellschaft, Portrait of a Tongue.