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Cisma: Haroldo de Campos / Publication

Cisma: Haroldo de Campos
Cisma: Haroldo de Campos

Cisma is an independent academic journal from São Paulo, Brazil, run by a staff of volunteer undergraduate students of Literature at the University of São Paulo. “Haroldo de Campos” is a special issue re-edited by the staff of Cisma and focused on the Brazilian poet and translator Haroldo de Campos, with original texts on him by different authors.
To quote Haroldo de Campos, “translating is similar to going from one a complex decoding to a new and complex coding”, in this new edition words were inverted and printed with neon ink over their original forms, as a way of translating into image the poet’s ideas on the act of translation itself.


Universidade do Porto

Universidade do Porto
Porto, Portugal

Lucas Blat,
Universidade do Porto