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  • '2666' by Roberto Bolaño, translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer

    '2666' by Roberto Bolaño, translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer
    2666 A Novel Roberto Bolaño, translated from the Spanish by Natasha Wimmer Farrar, Straus & Giroux: 898 pp., $30 There is an unwittingly funny passage in the Spanish edition of Ignacio Echevarría's introduction to "El Secreto del Mal," a still-...
  • Lost in translation

    Lost in translation
    By Michael Erard ords are the most familiar part of language, because it's words we're most conscious of learning and forgetting. Only certain words, though. Your word-of-the-day calendar will never list "the" or "but." You boast about knowing French...
  • Would Borges have been a fan of Wikipedia?

     
    Argentinian writer Jorge Luis Borges died in 1986, 15 years before Wikipedia was launched. Yet if he'd seen it, he probably would have liked it quite a bit. Denis Dutton, author of "The Art Instinct" (2008), has recently posted an......
  • Amazon content coup? E-tailer gets exclusive Roth, Mailer, Nabokov and Updike backlist

     
    Amazon.com now has exclusive rights to sell the e-book versions of some of the best-known titles from top literary authors Philip Roth, Norman Mailer, Vladimir Nabokov, John Updike and more. In an announcement late Wednesday -- shortly after midnight...
  • Top 10 Twitter accounts for keeping up on hottest news

    By Seth Liss What's a good tweet? What can someone say in 140 characters or less that will make me want to keep reading? Some of my favorites are random thoughts usually reserved for the person you're sharing an elevator with, or, better yet, the...
  • At Havana bookstands, Harry Potter tops Che

    What are people reading at the mid-century mark of Cuba's revolution? "A lot of people are asking for Harry Potter," said Gabriel, a longtime book vendor, echoing other sellers at the sprawling outdoor book fair at the colonial Plaza de Armas. "They're...