The Last Summer
'A captivating and at times electrifying read...a remarkable lost-and-found classic.' Malcolm Forbes, The National
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RT @bookblast: Translator of the Week | Jamie Bulloch @jamiebulloch https://t.co/DbPRbwzBVb https://t.co/GojTgbhyYA
Thu Feb 23 11:26:59 +0000 2017
There are still tickets available for our celebration of THE LAST SUMMER at @gowerst_books - get involved: https://t.co/ohFBMX5Uip
Thu Feb 23 11:13:48 +0000 2017
@PeirenePress who yesterday won the PEN translation prize! https://t.co/bZBh2r0lsW
Thu Feb 23 10:57:09 +0000 2017
We mark #TranslationThursday by saluting our ace translators: today, Tess Lewis, translator of Pei No 6, Maybe This Time by Alois Hotschnig
Thu Feb 23 10:56:32 +0000 2017
Great review of The Last Summer at Bookblast this week, calling it a 'taut psychological drama... Ricarda Huch... https://t.co/hKUlDHbrxl
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MARCH 1st: PEIRENE CELEBRATES HUCH AT WATERSTONES
Join Peirene Press at Waterstones Gower St as we celebrate the life and work of Ricarda Huch, one of the great forgotten figures of European literature, on the occasion of the first translation of her fiction into English: The Last Summer.
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Peirene No 20, Her Father's Daughter by Marie Sizun, translated from the French by Adriana Hunter, is one of The Irish Times Best Books of 2016. 'Intense, urgent.' Eileen Battersby.
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