9781931883436

Two Lines 22

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  • ISBN13:

    9781931883436

  • ISBN10:

    1931883432

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2015-03-17
  • Publisher: Two Lines Press
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Summary

Two Lines continues its two decade–long tradition of excellence, hand-picking the best from translation’s acknowledged masters and world literature’s up-and-comers. In an all-new essay, Lydia Davis draws back the curtain on the processes she uses to make some of the globe’s most acclaimed translations. Mexican author Yuri Herrera, acclaimed as “Mexico’s greatest novelist” by Francisco Goldman, delivers an action-packed tale of border crossings. Editor for The Believer Daniel Levin Becker shines a light on fascinating new work from the experimental Parisian collective the Oulipo. And irreverent Belgian sensation Jean-Philippe Toussaint lands new essays in the issue, one of which delves into the day he began to write. All these plus new writing from Japan, Romania, Peru, and more—a vital space for cultures to merge and writers to flourish, Two Lines belongs in the hands of bibliophiles everywhere, as well as in front of writers and editors in search of a truly global perspective.

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