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Iain Bamforth

Iain Bamforth lives in Strasbourg. His latest publication Scattered Limbs: A Medical Dreambook, a miscellany in which contemporary medicine confronts its origins in philosophy and mythology, is forthcoming from Galileo.

Iain Bamforth's work featured in PN Review comprises 14 reports, nine contributions of poetry, 46 articles, and three reviews, over a period of 38 years. Also available are one review of Iain Bamforth's work and five translations by Iain Bamforth.
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Further Reading
Subscribers only Translation of an Article by Gottfried Benn in PN Review 114 (1997) Goethe and the Natural Sciences (translated by Iain Bamforth)
Subscribers only Translation of a Report by Robert Musil in PN Review 131 (2000) Question of Culture (translated by Iain Bamforth)
Subscribers only Translation of a Report by Robert Musil in PN Review 132 (2000) Oedipus in Danger (translated by Iain Bamforth)
Subscribers only Translation of an Article by Georg Büchner in PN Review 134 (2000) Writing with a Scalpel (translated with a preface by Iain Bamforth)
Subscribers only Translation of a Report by Denis Diderot in PN Review 138 (2001) My Old Dressing Gown (translated by Iain Bamforth)
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