#BookBingoNW2020 - In translation
Here are some suggestions for your Summer Book Bingo NW 2020 category: In translation.
The Story of A Goat
Translated from Tamil, a goat's life serves as an allegory for the human condition. (Kirkus)
Format: eBook - 2019 First Grove Atlantic paperback editionView The Story of A Goat
Blood of the Dawn
Translated from Spanish, this is a story of three women in Peru in the 1980s during the rise of the communist Shining Path.
Format: eBook - 2016View Blood of the Dawn
A Corner of the World
Translated from Spanish, modern-day Cuba comes to life in this story of a professor who falls in love with a young writer. (Kirkus)
Format: eBook - 2014View A Corner of the World
Slave Old Man: A Novel
Translated from French, the story of an escaped, elderly slave and the hound that is chasing him.
Format: eBook - 2018View Slave Old Man: A Novel
Translated from Turkish, the classic 1973 novel about alienation, obsession, and precipitous decline, nimbly translated by Stark. (Kirkus)
Format: eBook - 2016View Motherland Hotel
Translated from Korean, the storyteller starts out telling a story about a robbery he stopped but ends up telling a story about nothing.
Format: eBook - 2016 First editionView Vaseline Buddha
A Spare Life
Translated from Macedonian, it tells the story of twins conjoined at the head in communist Skopje, Yugoslavia, in the mid-1980s.
Format: eBook - 2016View A Spare Life
Translated from Icelandic, a middle-aged travels from Iceland to an unnamed, war-torn country with plans of committing suicide. (Kirkus)
Format: eBook - 2018 First Grove Atlantic paperback editionView Hotel Silence
Translated from Marathi, a lodger causes fissures in the relationship between a brother and sister when both find themselves drawn to him in this atmospheric novel. (Kirkus)
Format: eBook - 2013View Cobalt Blue
Translated from Spanish, a female writer who is losing her sight probes the meaning of language, genre, and the reader's expectations. (Kirkus)"
Format: eBook - 2016View Seeing Red