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Edward Hopper

Poems: A Bilingual Edition
Ernest Farrés, Translated from the Catalan by Lawrence Venuti

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2009

An arresting sequence of poems based on the life and paintings of Edward Hopper, in an award-winning translation from the Catalan

Empty Chairs

Selected Poems
Liu Xia; Translated from the Chinese by Ming Di and Jennifer Stern; Introduction by Liao Yiwu; Foreword by Herta Müller

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2015
The first publication of the poetry of Liu Xia, wife of the imprisoned Nobel Peace Prize recipient Liu Xiaobo

Encircling

A Novel
Carl Frode Tiller; Translated from the Norwegian by Barbara J. Haveland

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2017

The brilliant first novel in The Encircling Trilogy, a searing psychological portrait of a man by his friends

Encircling 2

Origins
Carl Frode Tiller; Translated from the Norwegian by Barbara Haveland

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2018

Encircling 2 continues Tiller’s “poised and effective Rashomon-style exploration of multiple psyches” (Kirkus Reviews)

Fugitive Visions

An Adoptee's Return to Korea
Jane Jeong Trenka

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2009

The powerful second memoir by the author of the widely acclaimed The Language of Blood

Grief Is the Thing with Feathers

A Novel
Max Porter

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2016

“It stunned me, full of beauty, hilarity, and thick black darkness.”—Evie Wyld

The Half-Finished Heaven

Selected Poems
Tomas Tranströmer, selected and translated from the Swedish by Robert Bly

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2017

An expanded edition by Nobel laureate Tomas Tranströmer, translated by award-winning poet Robert Bly

The Half-Finished Heaven

The Best Poems of Tomas Tranströmer
Tomas Tranströmer; Chosen and Translated by Robert Bly

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2001

By the Winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, Selected and Translated from the Swedish by Robert Bly

The Horse Has Six Legs

An Anthology of Serbian Poetry
Edited, Translated, and with an Introduction by Charles Simic

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2010

The updated and expanded edition of this vital anthology, with a new introduction by editor and translator Charles Simic

A House at the Edge of Tears

Vénus Khoury-Ghata; Translated from the French by Marilyn Hacker

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2005

A harrowing, poetic, and autobiographic account of growing up with a tyrannical father in a war-torn coutnry.

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