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Jennifer Croft
2018 for translation and . fellow. Memoir (HOMESICK) 2019. Novela 2020.
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Sunshine is so great except when sunshine tricks you into thinking it's not going to be thirty degrees outside. Then sunshine is evil.
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Replying to @harikunzru
Definitely also spiral staircase (to get from book to book)
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The TLS 23h
Carson McCullers was born in 1917. An 'unstraight' writer of 'cosmopolitan reach', her work opens the world into 'chasms of quotidian trauma'.
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Jennifer Croft Feb 19
Congratulations to Olga Tokarczuk and Antonia Lloyd-Jones on being shortlisted for the prestigious 2019 EBRD Literature Prize!
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The Paris Review Feb 18
“When you use language to speak, you are in the middle of time. Compared with a picture, where everything is simultaneous, a story, or even a linguistic description, has a temporal shape,” Mariana Dimópulos tells .
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National Book Foundation Feb 18
From , a new short story by Olga Tokarczuk and translated by Jennifer Croft, the duo responsible for the Finalist FLIGHTS.
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Replying to @Terribleman
I was just singing your praises!
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Everyone should watch The Breaker Upperers on Netflix literally right this second.
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Meat-eaters are crazy
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Female Human Animal Feb 17
Thank you for this! FYI Aridjis also stars in our feature Female Human Animal, partly shot Leonora Carrington retrospective she curated. Screens tomo 18th Feb in LA, then 🇺🇸 Please check our trailer on this feed, and maybe RT?
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Lily Meyer Feb 17
for i wrote about french poetry + lots of water imagery in chloe aridjis' gorgeous SEA MONSTERS
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Esmé Weijun Wang • 汪蔚君 Feb 17
Inspired by ’s terrific photos on the same topic... I’m in the Sunday New York Times today. It’s really something!
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Replying to @SansyG
Me too!
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Replying to @Kristen_Arnett
Love!
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Jeremy Tiang Feb 17
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011) was released: in China as 我们需要谈谈凯文 (We Need to Talk About Kevin) in Taiwan as 凱文怎麼了? (What's Up With Kevin?) and in Hong Kong as 我兒子是惡魔 (My Son is an Evil Demon)
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Replying to @jenniferlcroft
This occurred in a castle.
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Jennifer Croft Feb 17
Last night I had a nightmare that and I ordered ice cream that--due to a series of disasters including brawls, floods and, crucially, our own impatience--we never got to eat.
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Robert Macfarlane Feb 15
Word of the day: "Waldeinsamkeit" - the feeling of being alone in woods or among trees (lit. forest-solitude, German). Usually (but not always) connoting calmness, meditativeness & the solace of nature. "Ich floh in die grüne Waldeinsamkeit. Im Wald, im Wald!" (Heinrich Heine)
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Fitzcarraldo Editions Feb 16
Olga Tokarczuk pretty much has her own shelf bookshop (if you ignore Witold Gombrowicz & the other interlopers):
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