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Alison Anderson

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Alison Anderson

Alison Anderson is the author of two novels, Hidden Latitudes and Darwin’s Wink. Her translations include Leila Marouane’s Sexual Life of an Islamist in Paris, two novels by Sélim Nassib, Amélie Nothomb’s Tokyo Fiancée, and Muriel Barbery’s Elegance of the Hedgehog. She lives near Lausanne, Switzerland.

Articles by Alison Anderson

Where Are the Women in Translation?
By Alison Anderson
I’ve never been good at math, or maybe I should say, I never liked math enough to be good at it, even if I did get the odd A in the subject in high school. So I don’t have a clue how to divide…
But Your Eyes
By Esther Nirina
But your eyes heard The brilliance of the laughter Residing in the pale bone Of our faces Your pupils will read The thread woven by time’s Imprint Upon the brow of the present With the red note…
Translated from French by Alison Anderson
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