Richard Sieburth


Richard Sieburth is a professor of French and Comparative Literature at New York University and an award-winning translator of works by Henri Michaux, Michel Leiris, George Büchner, Walter Benjamin, and Friedrich Hölderlin. His translation of Gerard de Nerval's Selected Writings won the PEN/Book-of-the-Month-Club Translation Prize.


A Certain Plume

Richard Sieburth and Henri Michaux


Moscow Diary

Walter Benjamin, Gary Smith, and Richard Sieburth



Richard Sieburth


Nights as Day, Days as Night

Michel Leiris and Richard Sieburth


Greetings from Angelus: Poems

Gershom Scholem, Richard Sieburth, and Steven Wasserstrom


Hymns and Fragments

Richard Sieburth and Friedrich Holderlin


The Salt Smugglers: History of the Abbe de Bucquoy

Gerard De Nerval and Richard Sieburth


War Songs

Richard Sieburth, 'antarah Ibn Shaddad, and James E. Montgomery


Emblems of Desire: Selections from the Delie of Maurice Sceve

Richard Sieburth



Nostradamus and Richard Sieburth


Love Sonnets & Elegies

Richard Sieburth, Karin Lessing, and Louise Labe


Stroke by Stroke

Richard Sieburth and Henri Michaux


The Pisan Cantos

Ezra Pound and Richard Sieburth


Lenz: Das Hauptwerk des Autors von Dantons Tod, Woyzeck...

Georg Buchner


The Spirit of Romance: Survey of Romance Literature

Ezra Pound and Richard Sieburth


New Selected Poems and Translations

Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, and Richard Sieburth


A Walking Tour In Southern France: Ezra Pound Among the...

Ezra Pound and Richard Sieburth


Emblems of Desire

Maurice Sceve and Richard Sieburth