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Someone Else’s Story as Your Own
Someone Else’s Story as Your Own

Author(s): Vesna Mojsova-Čepiševska
Subject(s): Studies of Literature, Theory of Literature
Published by: Vermilion ZIM
Keywords: children’s book; foreign / one’s own culture

Summary/Abstract: “Translated children’s books offer children a chance to read literature from other countries, literature that talks about different experiences, ways of life, cultural models. Consequently, that different culture stops being impalpable and incomprehensible and it becomes normal and as much valuable as one’s own.” (Todorova, 2012: 21) This idea was an incentive to share my thoughts on the two books the children now have the opportunity to read in Macedonian language. The books are Glass Children (Skopje: Tri, 2018) by the Swedish author Kristina Ohlsson translated by Ivica Chelikovikj and Nothing (Skopje: Publisher, 2019) by the Danish author Janne Teller translated by Lara Krsteva-Ichokaeva

  • Issue Year: 3/2019
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 1-11
  • Page Count: 11
  • Language: English