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Mr. K Released

by Rebecca Hussey

Matéi Visniec’s "Mr. K Released" is a delightfully absurd and surreal novel about the disorienting qualities of freedom. Mr. K, called Kosef J in a nod to Kafka, finds himself released from prison. He is jubilant but also confused by... Read More

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The Dishwasher

by Shana Creaney

Stéphane Larue’s debut "The Dishwasher" is a precision piece of youthful omphaloskepsis and urban fatigue. Its crisp narration and nearly journalistic aplomb with detailing the addictive spiral of its protagonist make it compelling.... Read More

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Brown

by Peter Dabbene

Håkon Øvreås’s "Brown" is a touching, timeless story that captures the unbounded imagination and uncertain innocence of youth. Originally published in Norway, "Brown" has been translated into more than thirty languages and is the... Read More

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Le Morte d'Arthur

by Shana Creaney

Le Morte d’Arthur underscores the heroics, drama, and majesty of the Arthurian legends without the complex, convoluted language often associated with them. Gerald J. Davis’s modernized translation of the Arthurian myth is Le Morte... Read More

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Doppler

by Erika Harlitz Kern

Cutting satire and humorous jeremiads expose the hypocrisies of keeping up with the Joneses in Erlend Loe’s novel "Doppler". After his father dies, Andreas Doppler suffers a breakdown, drops out of society, and goes to live in a tent... Read More

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