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Jul.27.2011
Anti-héros à la Jim Thompson, le shérif Branches est un fervent partisan de l'ordre doublé d'un époux fidèle. Mais derrière l'homme de loi et sa foi dans les valeurs de l'Amérique redneck se cache un personnage complexe, habité par la violence et porté par ses pulsions meurtrières. Mitch Cullin...
Amassunu, Poems by Eric Quinn
Dec.06.2010
Poetry is often mentioned as a vehicle for a poet’s exploration of his or her own life. Eric Quinn has taken this motif and run with it: born in Brazil, he offers memories of infancy and titles his book Amassunu, the amerindian word for the Amazon River; raised in Latin America and Europe, he...
Amassunu, Poems by Eric Quinn
Dec.06.2010
Poetry is often mentioned as a vehicle for a poet’s exploration of his or her own life. Eric Quinn has taken this motif and run with it: born in Brazil, he offers memories of infancy and titles his book Amassunu, the amerindian word for the Amazon River; raised in Latin America and Europe, he...
Jul.03.2009
This volume features new American translations of classic French comedies: Lesage's Turcaret, a scabrous satire of greed in early 18th-century Paris; Marivaux's The Triumph of Love, which features a cross-dressing princess who seduces three reasoning philosophers in order to restore the throne to...
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Jun.08.2009
Co-translation (with Brother Anthony of Taizé and Prof Young-moo Kim) of 165 selections from first ten volumes of magnum-opus work-in-progress by  celebrated Korean author Ko Un.  Extending now past 25 volumes, "Ten Thousand Lives (Maninbo)" is dedicated to the composition of one poem for...
The Kanshi Poems of Taigu Ryokan
Feb.26.2009
100 poems by Buddhist monk Taigu Ryokan (1758-1831) from his Kanshi (journal) poems. Revered worldwide for his simplicity, wit, and carefree spirit, Ryokan is presented here in original Chinese, Japanese, and in these fine translations by poets Mei Hui Liu Huang and Larry Smith. Their previous...
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Dec.09.2008
Three women are competing for love of one man.
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Sep.29.2008
MANOA: Towards and Literature of the Periphery-anthology of Japaneseliterature in translation edited by Leza Lowitz, University ofHawaii Press, Volume 7, No. 1 Summer, 1995. Includes fiction by KyokoMurata, Hiromi Itoh, Yoshiko Shibaki, Teru Miyamoto, Ango Sakaguchi.
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Sep.29.2008
MANOA: Silence to Light: Japan and the Shadows of War, anthology ofJapanese literature in translation, Volume13, No. 1, Summer 2001. Contains Essays by Donald Richie, IshiiShinpei, Last Letters of Kamikaze Pilots (first-time publication intranslation), Testimonials from  Taiwanese “Comfort Women,”...