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Carol Brown Janeway

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Carol Brown Janeway

Carol Brown Janeway, born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1944, was an editor and award-winning translator. After studying languages at Cambridge, Janeway joined Alfred A. Knopf as a vice president, senior editor, and director of international rights. Her translations include Binjamin Wilkomirski’s Fragments, Marie de Hennezel’s Intimate Death, Bernhard Schlink’s Reader, Jan Philipp Reemtsma’s In the Cellar, Hans-Ulrich Treichel’s Lost, Zvi Kolitz’s Yosl Rakover Talks to God, Benjamin Lebert’s Crazy, Sandor Marai’s Embers, and Yasmina Reza’s Desolation. She was a nominee for Words Without Borders’s Ottaway Award in 2014. Janeway died in August of 2015.

Articles by Carol Brown Janeway

from Mrs. Sartoris
By Elke Schmitter
After the afternoon in N., something changed. I became cold-blooded and more demanding at the same time; Michael was surprised at me and sometimes didn’t know what to do. He hadn’t realized,…
Translated from German by Carol Brown Janeway
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