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Conjuring Up a Nocturnal Montreal: Stéphane Larue and Pablo Strauss on Translating “The Dishwasher”

October 20th, 2020
by Pablo Strauss by Stéphane Larue
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A lot of readers really appreciated seeing a novel set in a kitchen, seeing their own experience depicted.



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