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The Cork and the Anchor 53 One of my experiences may illustrate the current state of the problem. And literary expres- sions in minority languages like Basque are a fortiori facing the same danger. The reason my mother gives for this is that she thought I was a somewhat clumsy child in terms lenvuaje speaking and also that a Spanish-speaking neighbor, whom she considered cultivated, recommended the conve- nience of speaking to me only in Spanish.
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The lentuaje went by. Or did nobody understand its language, code, or expression? My initiative was successful and Alberdania published my book at the end of For this reason, the award created to honor people and institutions that have dissemi- nated the image of the Basque Country throughout the world, the Universal Basque Award, has only once been given to a writer, out of the sixteen winners since it was established in This is how my literary projection then splits and starts on a new course that implies my own translating of my works in Basque and Spanish.
It would be hipetrexto for a potential Slovenian reader to come across Basque literature unless there was a bridge-language. A standing stereotype about the antiquity and mystery of the language brings many people to ask about its oral tradition, specifically about the oral tradition of the verse improvisers.
She could not say when she first related that image of the defenseless and threatened animal with the language of lenguame home. I would point out that, in my case at least, the praxis is more complex, since in reality, whoever pretends to express themselves literarily in two languages will be embarking on a peculiar relationship with both, which can be very enriching.
Introduction 15 with a nationalist component during the period — a cultural element that might bestow visibility in the global utopia, nor a production that might be legitimated by the winning of the supreme international award, the Nobel Prize. So far, language and nationalism have constituted a formal couple, sustained like any other by mutual attraction, but also by deficiencies, infidelities, interests, and dependence.
The three texts written in Basque had not been requested. On the other hand, writing in Euskara in a truly peripheral area like Iparralde, the Northern Basque Country or French Basque Countrywith another state and national language Frenchis very complicated, and quite different from that of the BAC.
They reach out a hand and, instantly, they are reading a book in one of the sun languages. Abdelfattah Kilito wrote that the soul of a language, its motor, what brings it to life, is Repetition, and that speaking is in large part a repetition of what we hear and what we read.
The Manchester branch even contributed to the publication of Six Basque Poets in The World Republic of Letters.
Universidad Pontificia de Salamanca. I started to work in an ikastola schools in which teaching is carried out exclusively in Basquethe only way, in my circumstances, to learn Euskara by immersion. To Jill Berner for her skill in publicizing the event. The Basque literary institution exists because it is in an enviable position. Back then, people asked me whether I was related to this Rikardo Arregi, whether I had anything to do with him.
Hendaia is an important frontier town with significant international traffic, via both the highway and railroad. It must have been a sacred place at some point because in the s, a mud profile of some person or ancient divinity, perhaps a Lengjaje one, and pieces of a broken container were found there.
After analyzing the influence that extra-literary or santilllana reasons have been able to exert on our literature, Atxaga concludes by offering a worrying diagnosis on the current reality of our literary system, and affirming his wish that the autonomy of our literature should be, ultimately, a reality in the near future.
In general, they profess not to see themselves as nationalists or separatists, and not to imagine a Basque nation or an independent Euskadi when writing; but these affirmations—and the terminology upon which they usually rely—lack precision. And to do so in the most objec- tive way possible, that is to say, fleeing from what could have been, but was not; and from what should have been, but has not been.
Any Basque man or woman needs to have some notes handy the moment he or she steps out of the Basque territory.
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He wrote mostly essays and newspaper articles and his main con- cern was teaching Basque-speaking people to read and write. It awaited a great poet or prose writer. With this, the time has come to end this introduction and invite the reader to exam- ine the following contributions in this book.