Translated Fiction

Translated Fiction

Translated Fiction

 

Oneworld places a strong emphasis on fiction in translation and diversity, and to date has signed up novels in twenty languages, showcasing authors from thirty-eight countries.

 

Our translated fiction brochure can be accessed here

 

 Our translated fiction titles by country 

Algeria 

The Meursault Investigation by Kamel Daoud (translated by John Cullen)

Argentina

Bogotá 39 by various authors

Fever Dream by Samanta Schweblin (translated by Megan McDowell)

Mouthful of Birds by Samanta Schweblin (translated by Megan McDowell)

The Return of the Young Prince by A. G. Roemmers (translated by Oliver Brock)

Armenia

The Space Between Us by Zoya Pirzad (translated by Amy Motlagh)

Things We Left Unsaid by Zoya Pirzad (translated by Franklin Lewis)

 Azerbaijan

City of Jasmine by Olga Grjasnowa (translated by Katy Derbyshire)

 Belgium

Back Up by Paul Colize (translated by Louise Rogers Lalaurie)

 Bolivia

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 

Brazil

Bogotá 39 by various authors

The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao by Martha Batalha (translated by Eric M. B. Becker)

 Canada

The Boy Who Belonged to the Sea by Denis Thériault (translated by Liedewy Hawke)

The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman by Denis Thériault (translated by Liedewy Hawke)

The Postman's Fiancée by Denis Thériault (translated by John Cullen)

 Chile

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 China

A Perfect Crime by A Yi (translated by Anna Holmwood)

French Concession by Xiao Bai (translated by Chenxin Jiang)

Colombia

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Costa Rica

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Cuba

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Denmark

The Hermit by Thomas Rydahl (translated by K. E. Semmel)

 Dominican Republic

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Ecuador

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Finland

Oneiron by Laura Lindstedt (translated by Owen Witesman)

They Know Not What They Do by Jussi Valtonen (translated by Kristian London)

Things that Fall from the Sky by Selja Ahava (translated by Emily Jeremiah and Fleur Jeremiah) 

 France

Elle by Philippe Djian (translated by Michael Katims)

 Germany

A Very Special Year by Thomas Montasser (translated by Jamie Bulloch)

 Guatemala

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Iceland

The Woman at 1,000 Degrees by Hallgrímur Helgason (translated by Brian FitzGibbon)

 Iran

Revolution Street by Amir Cheheltan (translated by Paul Sprachman)

The Space Between Us by Zoya Pirzad (translated by Amy Motlagh)

Things We Left Unsaid by Zoya Pirzad (translated by Franklin Lewis)

 Iraq

Frankenstein in Baghdad by Ahmed Saadawi (translated by Jonathan Wright)

The Baghdad Clock by Shahad al-Rawi (translated by Luke Leafgren)

 Israel

Last Instructions by Nir Hezroni (translated by Steven Cohen)

Three Envelopes by Nir Hezroni (translated by Steven Cohen)

 Italy

Morning Sea by Margaret Mazzantini

The Temptation to Be Happy by Lorenzo Marone (translated by Shaun Whiteside)

The Tiger and the Acrobat by Susanna Tamaro (translated by Nicoleugenia Prezzavento, Vicki Satlow)

What Hell is Not by Alessandro d’Avenia (translated by Jeremy Parzen)

 Japan

Sweet Bean Paste by Durian Sukegawa (translated by Alison Watts)

 Lithuania

In the Shadow of Wolves by Alvydas Šlepikas (translated by Romas Kinka)

Mexico

Bogotá 39 by various authors

Umami by Laia Jufresa (translated by Sophie Hughes)

Norway

Minus Me by Ingelin Røssland (translated by Deborah Dawkin)

Peru

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 

 Puerto Rico

Bogotá 39 by various authors

Poland

Lala by Jacek Dehnel (translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)

Mrs Mohr Goes Missing by Maryla Szymiczkowa (translated by Antonia Lloyd-Jones)

 

Portugal

The Day I Found You by Pedro Chagas Freitas (translated by Daniel Hahn)

 

Russia

Laurus by Eugene Vodolazkin (translated by Lisa C. Hayden)

Masha Regina by Vadim Levental (translated by Lisa C. Hayden)

Solovyov and Larionov by Eugene Vodolazkin (translated by Lisa C. Hayden)

The Aviator by Eugene Vodolazkin (translated by Lisa C. Hayden)

Zuleikha by Guzel Yakhina (translated by Lisa C. Hayden)

Slovenia

In/Half by Jasmin B. Frelih (translated by Jason Blake)

 

South Korea

The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly by Sun-mi Hwang (translated by Chi-Young Kim)

 

Spain

The Sky Over Lima by Juan Gómez Bárcena (translated by Andrea Rosenberg)

 

Sweden

The Amazing Story of the Man Who Cycled From India to Europe for Love by Per Andersson (translated by Anna Holmwood)

The Unit by Ninni Holmqvist

 

Switzerland

Damnation by Peter Beck (translated by Jamie Bulloch)

Uruguay

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 Venezuela

Bogotá 39 by various authors

 

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  • The Postman’s Fiancée

    The much-anticipated follow-up to the Radio 2 Book Club-favourite The Peculiar Life of a Lonely Postman
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  • The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao

    A wickedly funny tale of two rebellious sisters in 1940s Rio de Janeiro
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  • The Temptation to Be Happy

    A darkly comic tale of a septuagenarian rediscovering love and life in Naples
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  • Sweet Bean Paste

    A charming tale of friendship, love and loneliness in contemporary Japan
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  • Fever Dream

    A deeply unsettling and disorientating debut novel about obsession, identity and motherhood
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  • The Tiger and the Acrobat

    For fans of The Hen Who Dreamed She Could Fly and The Guest Cat, this inspiring story of courage and determination will resonate with readers all over the world
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  • Frankenstein in Baghdad

    A satirical reimagining of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein set in war-torn Baghdad
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  • Back Up

    The bestselling Belgian crime novel about an English rock ‘n' roll band
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  • Damnation

    Damnation is the opener to Peter Beck's acclaimed high-octane series, complete with high stakes,  plenty of action and an unforgettable hero in Tom Winter - a thrilling mixture of Jack Reacher and George Smiley, but with a Swiss twist.
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  • Damnation

    Damnation is the opener to Peter Beck's acclaimed high-octane series, complete with high stakes, plenty of action and an unforgettable hero in Tom Winter - a thrilling mixture of Jack Reacher and George Smiley, but with a Swiss twist
    Learn More

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