‘The Eighth Life’ is named winner of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation 2020 – but my favourite lockdown read has been declared the runner-up.
Seven titles have been shortlisted for the fourth annual award of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation and my favourite is still in contention.
Sixteen titles have been longlisted for the fourth annual award of the Warwick Prize for Women in Translation and I have a favourite.
First published in 1911, Intimate Ties is Robert Musil’s second book, consisting of two novellas, ‘The Culmination of Love’ and ‘The Temptation of Silent Veronica.’
Crimson is a tale of love, lust, despondency and queer life in modern Greenland.
A short but shocking Dutch war classic by a writer who has drawn comparisons to Joseph Heller and Kurt Vonnegut.
The gripping and elegiac stories of eight lost books, and the mysterious circumstances behind their disappearances.
Told through the ruptured lives of three siblings, The End of Loneliness is a heartfelt, enriching novel about loss and loneliness, family and love.