By Juris Dilevko, Keren Dali, Glenda Garbutt
In a globalized global, wisdom approximately non-North American societies and cultures is a needs to. Contemporary global Fiction: A consultant to Literature in Translation presents an summary of the great variety and scope of translated international fiction to be had in English. In so doing, it's going to aid readers get a feeling of the enormous global past North the USA that's conveyed via fiction titles from dozens of nations and language traditions.
Within the advisor, nearly 1,000 modern non-English-language fiction titles are absolutely annotated and millions of others are indexed. association is essentially by way of language, as language usually displays cultural team spirit greater than nationwide borders or geographies, but in addition by way of state and tradition. as well as modern titles, each one bankruptcy includes a short review of prior translated fiction from the crowd. The advisor additionally offers in-depth bibliographic essays for every bankruptcy that might permit librarians and library clients to extra discover the literature of various languages and cultural traditions.
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Despondent after the sudden loss of his wife—who was also a police officer—he no longer seems to have a reason to live or work. But he is soon assigned a new case, where he must solve a seemingly random series of murders committed with a firearm from the Boer War era. Subject keyword: urban life Original language: Afrikaans Sources consulted for annotation: Hoffert, Barbara. Library Journal 131 (January 2006): 72. Hughes, Frank. The Southland Times, 21 August 1999, p. 26. Publishers Weekly 253 (27 March 2006): 55.
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Publishers Weekly 253 (27 March 2006): 55. Terpening, Ronnie H. Library Journal 131 (1 May 2006): 72. Wilkinson, Joanne. Booklist 102 (1 May 2006): 37. Yager, Susanna. The Sunday Telegraph, 18 April 1999, p. 14. Some other translated books written by Deon Meyer: Dead at Daybreak; Heart of the Hunter John Miles. Deafening Silence: Police Novel. Translated by Eithne Doherty. Cape Town, South Africa: Human & Rousseau, 1996. 300 pages. Genres/literary styles/story types: crime fiction; police detectives This novel focuses on the experiences of a black policeman, Tumelo John Moleko, who—after being attacked by a white colleague—undertakes a long, painful, and ultimately unsuccessful process to get a semblance of justice.