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Faust, Part One
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Select events planned with translators (based in Texas) -Partnership with Goethe Institut in Dallas and nationwide Serial rights targeting The Paris Review, The White Review, Guernica, Asymptote, Words Without Borders, World Literature Today, and others Print publicity targeting prominent literary journals and newspaper book sections Promotion at ABA Winter Institute, the American Literary Translators Association Conference, ALA Review copies will be sent targeting all major print and digital literary media outlets; additional review copies available upon request Promotion on the publisher's website (deepvellum.org), twitter feed (@deepvellum), and Facebook page (/deepvellum); promotion in the publisher's e-newsletter

About the Author

Zsuzsanna Ozsvath is the Leah and Paul Lewis Chair of Holocaust Studies at the University of Texas at Dallas and Director of the Holocaust Studies Program. Ozsvath received her PhD from the University of Texas at Austin, and her research focuses on aesthetics and ethics in German, Hungarian, and French literature. In 1992, she received the Milan Fust Prize, Hungary's most prestigious literary prize, with her co-translator, Frederick Turner, for Foamy Sky: The Major Poems of Miklos Radnoti (Princeton University Press, 1992).

Frederick Turner is Founders Professor of Arts and Humanities at the University of Texas at Dallas. Turner received his B.Litt, a PhD-level terminal degree, from Oxford University, and his research considers poetry, aesthetics, and Shakespeare. He received the prestigious Milan Fust Prize with co-translator Zsuzsanna Ozsvath for Foamy Sky: The Major Poems of Miklos Radnoti (Princeton University Press) in 1992.

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"Ozvath and Turner's translation gives modern readers a glimpse of what Goethe's contemporary audience must have felt upon first reading the work. The verse form rhythmically draws us along, singing to us an ancient ballad, while the characters stir our hearts with full-fledged emotions we can recognize in our everyday lives." --The Arkansas International

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