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Adrian Nathan West

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Adrian Nathan West

Adrian Nathan West is a writer and literary translator and author of The Aesthetics of Degradation and the forthcoming Philosophy of a Visit.

Articles by Adrian Nathan West

The Water Man
By Ariadna Castellarnau
“Get it through your head: God and me, we’re the same person.”
Translated from Spanish by Adrian Nathan West
All Desert Islands Are the Same
By Manuel Vázquez Montalbán
I have always thought it a gastronomical barbarity to eat bacalao fresh.
Translated from Spanish by Adrian Nathan West
Two Poems
By Francesc Garriga
the voices of a body spent / venture new rhymes, / i can’t fathom what they mean to say
Translated from Catalan by Adrian Nathan West
No Euskera
By Ramiro Pinilla
Bilbao rose to meet them, swathed in stagnant drizzle.
Translated from Spanish by Adrian Nathan West
A Human Act
By Manfredi Giffone, Fabrizio Longo & Alessandro Parodi
Translated by Adrian Nathan West
Two Faces
By Adrian Nathan West
Eyes closed, I see again the delicate edens growing in the frost on the windowpanes. Luminous garlands woven into the snow-covered railings during the festive season to celebrate the birth of a child-god.…
Translated from French by Marina Araújo
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