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What a wonderful thing to open the newspaper and find The Translator listed in the San Francisco Chronicle's "100 Recommended Books of 2013." http://www.sfgate.com/books/article/100-recommended-books-of-2013-5082950.php#page-3
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A Thought-Provoking Interview With Nina Schuyler, Author Of THE TRANSLATOR: Annoying Characters, The Hierarchy Of Fiction, And Rewards For Reaching Goalsposted in Interview, Nina Schuyler—THE TRANSLATOR by Amy Sue Nathan If you hadn’t guessed, I love interviewing authors. Here’s...
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 Ann Ryles at The Rumpus interviewed me about THE TRANSLATOR. Ryles asks intelligent, thought-provoking questions that take the interview from the strange indoor ocean in Japan to the friction between Hanne and the unemployed actor, Moto.   THE RUMPUS INTERVIEW WITH NINA SCHUYLER BY ...
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'The Translator,' by Nina Schuyler Sylvia Brownrigg 7:41 PM Pegasus The Translator, by Nina Schuyler The TranslatorBy Nina Schuyler(Pegasus; 352 pages; $25) The most affecting transformations in a novel are surely of characters who see themselves in no need of rescue or salvation. Such people...
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A lovely review, thank you Shelf Awareness   In Nina Schuyler's matryoshka-like The Translator, Hanne Schubert literally falls from grace due to her myopic approach to life and art. Hanne's tumble down a flight of stairs robs her of English, her native tongue, mysteriously leaving...
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Author Meg Waite Clayton invited me to guest blog. (Thank you, Meg!)  I wrote about the early, early sparks of my new novel, THE TRANSLATOR.    In 2005, The New Yorker published an article by David Remnick, “The Translation Wars,” about a married couple that was busy re-...