The 2020 Best Translated Book Award winner has been announced!
John Cassavetes divisive 1970 film Husbands looks at three men struggling with their mortality and with the roles they play as husbands. Is it a misogynistic relic from fifty years ago, or is it a surprisingly progressive look at the ugly roles men play that wreck everyone, including themselves.
This week's New Yorker fiction is "Two Nurses, Smoking," by David Means.
Come here to talk about Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, covering May 27 - June 2, 1968.
Here are some weekend thoughts!
Pamela Frankau's 1954 novel, A Wreath for the Enemy, is a wonderfully circular act of atonement through literature.
This week's New Yorker story is Fiona McFarlane's "Demolition."
Come here to talk about Uwe Johnson's Anniversaries, covering May 20 - 26, 1968.
The Criterion Collection has announced what they'll be releasing in August of 2020.
Yesterday the 2020 Best Translated Book Award finalists were announced! Here are the 10 books!