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Transcreation and Anthropophagy: fertility in Haroldo’s fields and other field


In this article, we aim, on one hand, to analyze Haroldo de Campos› theoretical reflections on translation as transcreation based on the transcreative practice presented by the poet. On the other hand, we will present the peculiarities of Nietzsche›s text while establishing a connection between thought and life, form and content, writing and blood, aiming to verify to what extent Nietzsche›s texts do not refer their readers to a parallel and autonomous creation, even if reciprocal, meeting the perspective proposed by Haroldo de Campos regarding translation and regarding the search for creating new languages to express new contents.

Translation; Transcreation; form, language, meaning

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