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Cathedral of the August Heat

by Pierre Clitandre & Bridget Jones Readers International (February 01, 2018)

Cathedral of the August Heat, Pierre Clitandre’s first novel in English and the first novel from Haitian French translated for a new generation, is a modern classic reflecting the kaleidoscope of Haitian...

Rue du Retour

by Abdellatif Laabi, Jacqueline Kaye & Breyten Breytenbach Readers International (September 12, 2017)

His magisterial prose and poetry have won Abdellatif Laâbi successively France’s Prix Goncourt and the Grand Prix de la Francophonie from the Académie Française. Rue du Retour brings to the English reader...

The Laughing Cry

by Henri Lopes & Gerald Moore Readers International (September 12, 2017)

This novel,a classic of African literature, still speaks to us today. We look back at Africa’s grotesques like Idi Amin of Uganda, Bokassa of the Central African Empire or Zaire’s Mobutu, but now we must...

Mothers and Shadows

by Marta Traba, Gustavo Zalamea & Jo Labanyi Readers International (May 26, 2017)

Acclaim for Mothers and Shadows:

"In the silence after her death, her novel, full of voices as passionate as her own, is particularly precious ... The end of the story is wrenching; it invades the reader's space...

Bringing Up Girls in Bohemia

by Michal Viewegh Readers International (May 01, 2017)

MICHAL VIEWEGH’s short and witty novel Bringing Up Girls in Bohemia is the story of Beata Kralova and her not-so-young tutor. Beata is a 20-year-old drop-out and daughter of Denis Kral (i.e., King), a Czech...

My Merry Mornings

by Ivan Klima, Jan Brychta & George Theiner Readers International (May 01, 2017)

Funny, shocking and absurd, tales of a dissident's life in Prague before the fall of communism, by one of the greatest Czech writers. Engagingly down-to-earth stories still relevant today.

"These are the best...

Literature & Tolerance

by Karel Capek, Vaclav Havel & Ivan Klima Readers International (May 01, 2017)

In the face of Europe's rising nationalism and intolerance, this timely anthology by Czech writers addresses a key

issue for today. The courage of Czech writers is legendary. During the Cold War they kept...

A Cup of Coffee with My Interrogator

by Ludvik Vaculik, George Theiner & Vaclav Havel Readers International (May 01, 2017)

Author of the radical 2000 Words manifesto for writers during the Prague Spring of 1968, Ludvík Vaculík was banned from all official publishing after the 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in the decades...