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Orientalism in Edward Fitzgerald

seen through his adaptation of Omar Khayyams quatrains.

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Several works deal with the specifically Irish dimension of Orientalism, imperialism, and colonialism in the 19th century. But I suggest that they fail fully to capture the character of the poem, because they misconstrue FitzGerald's translation ethos and its role in shaping the Rubaiyat. In these pictures, the main focus is on the woman, although there are also male figures: the harem guards, the purchasers of the slave girls, or simply male onlookers.

This exoticist Orientalism continued into the Victorian era, but later in the century, in Robert Louis Stevenson and Joseph Conrad, for example, it became entangled with dramatizations of the exploitative and destructive consequences of imperialist trade.

Accident, Orientalism, and Edward FitzGerald as Translator, Victorian Poetry

Where aesthetics were concerned, he was an idiot. - The marginal position he assigned to Persian literature. According to Said, orientalism the Western scholarship about the Eastern World is inextricably tied to the imperialist societies who produced it, which makes much Orientalist work inherently political and servile to power.

One recent collection, Debating Orientalism, edited by Ziad Elmarsafy et al. Each "blowing" rose evokes a sense of fleeting beauty yielding willingly to the winds and suggests, by implication, the seemliness of abandoning oneself to arbitrary fortune.

FitzGerald's three rewritings of the "Kuza-Nama" and of his entire translation suggest that the question affected him, that in some way he understood his Rubaiyat as a creation "leaning all awry. There were four very different editions published under his authority while he was living, and a fifth was published after his death, based on his final manuscript revisions: First edition, ; second edition, 1868; third edition, ; fourth edition, 1879; fifth edition, 1889.

" 4 Barbara Black extends Said's argument in her discussion of the Rubaiyat as a fetishizing collection, explicitly connecting FitzGerald's Orientalism to his translation practice. See The Collected Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning London: Wordsworth, 201517—27 and 135—140. 2008-06-07 00:00:00 ANNMARIE DRURY n the mid 1850s, Edward FitzGerald wrote to Edward Byles Cowell, Orientalism in Edward Fitzgerald friend who tutored him in Persian, about the two men's efforts to translate Persian poetry.