Monthly Archives: March 2012

  1. Review: Professor Andersen’s Night

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    March 29, 2012 by markstani

    Dag Solstad’s Professor Andersen’s Night (pub. Harvill Secker), which has been longlisted for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize, courts an …
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  2. Review: Alice

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    March 28, 2012 by markstani

    Let’s be clear about one thing: there is no doubt Judith Hermann is an immensely talented writer, and that the …
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  3. Review: Seven Houses In France

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    March 26, 2012 by markstani

    Bernardo Atxaga’s Seven Houses In France (pub. Harvill Secker), longlisted for this year’s Independent Foreign Fiction Prize, is a darkly …
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  4. Review: New Finnish Grammar

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    March 26, 2012 by markstani

    There’s an awful lot to admire about New Finnish Grammar, from the ambition of its author, Diego Marani, to the …
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  5. Shadow IFFP Reviews

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    March 23, 2012 by markstani

    Here’s a list of links to all the reviews done by the ‘Shadow’ Jury for this year’s Independent Foreign Fiction …
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  6. Review: Azazeel

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    March 22, 2012 by markstani

    ‘Azazeel’, which won the International Prize for Arabic Fiction in 2009 and has been newly translated into English by Jonathan Wright for Atlantic Books, is a sexy, gory, fiery, thought-provoking masterpiece. Click image for more

  7. Review: Hate: A Romance

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    March 19, 2012 by markstani

    It is sadly difficult to escape the notion that Tristan Garcia’s <a href="http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/Hate-Tristan-Garcia/9780865479111“>Hate: A Romance (pub. Faber) was a novel …
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