DE-ENG Literary Translator, language enthusiast, bookworm and general words-whizz
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A testament to its era, Sinclair’s 1917 modernist classic has recently been re-printed by the British Library. I can understand why Sinclair has been called ‘the readable modernist’. Think Victoria Woolf but instead of taking three pages to describe one action, Sinclair only takes one. I appreciate Woolf for what she did for literature and […]
A careful, considered, tragic page-turner which captures the refugee crisis by going beyond the headlines. In 2015, Prime Minister David Cameron once referred to a ‘swarm’ of migrants in Calais, desperate to cross the channel by any means necessary. This caused a media shit-storm in the UK for its dehumanising of desperate human beings. I […]
A creepy, lyrical slow-burner that blends several genres: historical fiction and supernatural thriller. Synopsis A woman, Elizabeth Vogelsang, is found dead by her son Cameron Brown. She’s floating face-down in the river next to her Cambridge home, The Studio, clutching a glass prism. It’s ruled an accident, but the truth is far more complicated than […]
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Thank you! 😁
Beautiful! I love the sensory details you’ve included.
Loved that post–great review!
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He’s part of a younger generation of GDR authors. He was born in 1977, so he remembers the GDR but…