Literary events in and around NYC this week!
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Adam Morris discusses
Quiet Creature on the Corner, a novel he translated from the Brazilian by João Gilberto Noll, the choices he makes as a translator, and the unique narrative structure of Noll’s writing. ...more
Tags: adam morris, books in translation, Borges, Brazil, David Treece, fiction, Harmada, hilda hilst, Hotel Atlântico, João Gilberto Noll, John Keene, language, Latin American literature, Letters from a Seducer, melville house, Orientalism, Portuguese, Prêmio Jabuti, Quiet Creature on the Corner, Spanish, Susan Sontag Foundation Prize for Literary Translation, The Obscene Madame D, the rumpus, The Rumpus Interview, translation, translator, Two Lines Press, With My Dog-Eyes, writing