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Christopher Moseley

Portrait of translator Christopher Moseley
Contributor

Christopher Moseley

Christopher Moseley was born in Australia in 1950 and is a freelance translator into English from Estonian, Finnish, Latvian, and the Scandinavian languages. He has translated numerous Estonian short stories and three novels, one of which is The Man Who Spoke Snakish. He currently lives in the UK and teaches English and Latvian at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London.

Articles by Christopher Moseley

Stalin in Tallinn
By Maimu Berg
Stalin didn’t like this Estonia that he saw from the car window.
Translated from Estonian by Christopher Moseley
At the Manor, or Jump into the Fire
By Maarja Kangro
At one castle reception she had bitten into a decorative banana that tasted distinctly of sawdust.
Translated from Estonian by Christopher Moseley
Mice in the Wind
By Mihkel Mutt
A man of letters has to be in contact with life . . .
Translated from Estonian by Christopher Moseley
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