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andrew rubens is working on a PhD on Benjamin Fondane’s aesthetics. He has also translated Fondane’s prose, as well as that of other French writers including Jean-Luc Marion. He occasionally writes for the Glasgow Review of Books.
Andrew Rubens's work featured in PN Review comprises one translation.
Translation of a Poetry Collection by in PN Review 220 (2014)Interlude: Visionary Anger translated by Andrew Rubens and Henry King