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The Garden of Credit Analyst Filton

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March 2014

Martin Monahan

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March 2014

Ivan Filton had retired early. ‘I have been working a lot on my garden,’ declared Ivan Filton. ‘This is why you texted?’ asked Graham...

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February 2014

Coral

R. B. Pillay

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February 2014

Early one morning, you wake up with the smell of burnt sheets in your nose, the sheets that you...

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January 2014

Son of Man

Yi Mun-yol

TR. Brother Anthony of Taizé

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January 2014

Rain falling onto thick layers of accumulated dust had left the windows of the criminal investigations office so mottled...

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January 2014

The Dispossessed

Szilárd Borbély

TR. Ottilie Mulzet

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January 2014

The Dispossessed is Szilárd Borbély’s first novel, although he has been active – and widely acclaimed – as a poet,...

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January 2014

Hagoromo

Paul Griffiths

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January 2014

for the spirit of Jonathan Harvey   There was a fisherman, who lived in a village on a great...

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January 2014

Leg over Leg

Ahmad Fāris al-Shidyāq

TR. Humphrey Davies

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January 2014

First published in 1855, Leg over Leg recounts the life, from birth to middle age, of ‘the Fāriyāq,’ alter ego of...

Textile

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January 2014

Orly Castel-Bloom

TR. Dalya Bilu

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January 2014

It was not only avoiding thoughts of home that helped the good sniper to carry out his mission as he lay on the roof...

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January 2014

Vertical Motion

Can Xue

TR. Karen Gernant and Chen Zeping

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January 2014

We are little critters who live in the black earth beneath the desert. The people on Mother Earth can’t...

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January 2014

To Kill a Dog

Samanta Schweblin

TR. Brendan Lanctot

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January 2014

The Mole says: name, and I answer. I waited for him at the indicated location and he picked me...

The Black Lake

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January 2014

Hella S. Haasse

TR. Ina Rilke

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January 2014

Oeroeg was my friend. When I think back on my childhood and adolescence, an image of Oeroeg invariably rises before my eyes, as though...

 

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