2016 books in translation reading challenge

Books in Translation 2016

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So shooting for the Linguist Level = 10-12, I wish there were a higher level though

  1. Couple Mechanics, by Nelly Alard
  2. Oblivion, by Sergei Lebedev
  3. Towards the Endless Day, by Olga Lossky
  4. How To Talk About Places You’ve Never Been, by Pierre Bayard
  5. Too Close to the Edge, by Pascal Garnier
  6. Mon amie américaine, by Michèle Halberstadt
  7. In Other Words, by Jhumpa Lahiri
  8. Tainted Tokay, by Alaux and Balen
  9. Villa Triste, by Patrick Modiano
  10. Lacombe Lucien, by Patrick Modiano
  11. The Vegetarian, by Han Kang
  12. Constellation, by Adrien Bosc
  13. The President’s Hat, by Antoine Laurain
  14. The Eskimo Solution, by Pascal Garnier
  15. Orthodox Spirituality, by Dumitru Staniloae
  16. The Madonna of Notre Dame, by Alexis Ragougneau
  17. French Rhapsody, by Antoine Laurain
  18. The Black Notebook, by Patrick Modiano
  19. The Invoice, by Jonas Karlsson
  20. The Suicide Shop, by Jean Teulé
  21. Inferno, by Dante
  22. Purgatorio, by Dante
  23. Paradise, by Dante

17 thoughts on “2016 books in translation reading challenge

  1. Are you going to read only French translations or more kinds? I do want to read more translated books this year. I am very (VERY) slowly re-learning French and Spanish so I am hoping to be able to translate children’s books in French soon. (I can do picture books in Spanish already as a rule.) I hope to read The Tale of Genji some this year but want to read more translations, too. Good luck with your challenge!!

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    • thanks Becca, to you too! Any book in translation that I will find appealing. as you will see in the 2nd part of my recap tomorrow, I read books translated from 8 different languages in 2015. The Tale of Genji: that’s a mega goal! I have wanted then hesitated on the size of it. I want first to finish all of Proust, just 1 and a half to go, and read The Divine Comedy before any other huge work

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