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John E. Woods

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John E. Woods

John E. Woods is a translator who specializes in German literature. Among the writers he has translated are Arno Schmidt, Ingo Schulze, Christoph Ransmayr, and Thomas Mann. He received the prestigious Goethe-Medaille from the Goethe Institute in 2008. Woods lives in Berlin.

Articles by John E. Woods

Viktoria Was Home All Alone
By Martin Auer
Everybody was gone, and Viktoria was home all alone.“When everybody’s gone, my house is a magic place.”She went to her parents’ bedroom and pulled back the bedspread. A big bear…
Translated from German by John E. Woods