More Translated - Badger Books Catalogue

About this catalogue

Last year’s translated roundup arrives bigger, better and a month late. Who’s in it? The oldest of couples: Brassai and Paris (plus forty-five other French writers on the City of Light); Stendhal and Love; Joseph Roth and Europe between the World Wars; the complete reign of King Ubu; the best of Guy de Maupassant’s 300 stories; the appearance of Tevye six years before his arrival on Broadway; a night out with Borges in Buenos Aires; a murder victim on a giant chessboard; books from Somalia, Iceland, Cuba, Egypt and Peru; a working over for Robinson Crusoe, Joan of Arc and Agatha Christie; a manuscript found in the car crash that killed Albert Camus; travels in Mongolia in 1844; and thoughts on the intricacies of translation.