A novel of tremendous scope and beauty, The Translator tells of the relationship between an exiled Russian poet and his American translator during the Cuban missile crisis, a time when a writer's words -- especially forbidden ones -- could be powerful enough to change the course of history.
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Literally, Malone translated Falin's work, but soon we realize Falin translated Kit's life and allowed her to return to her poetry.| Read Full Review of The Translator
It isn't every novelist who can write convincing poetry just to make his novel believable.Mar 24 2002 | Read Full Review of The Translator
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