Here, nothing is sacred; everything is corruptible. The storylines themselves paint the picture for us.
Literature is a universal conversation and who better understands this than the translators working at the boundaries between literary worlds?
In her essay, Alice Whitmore untangles the modern lineage of writers, exploring a specific brand of realism exploding across geographically distant work.
This essay sparks reading tangents, hundreds of references to plunge you into a rabbit hole.