Winters in the South
By Norbert Gstrein
Norbert Gstrein was born in 1961 in the Austrian Tyrol, and studied mathematics at Innsbruck and Stanford, California. He is the author of The English Years, which won widespread critical acclaim in Germany and was awarded the coveted Alfred Döblin Prize.
Anthea Bell has won the Schlegel-Tieck Prize for German translation four times. She was awarded an O.B.E. for her services to literature in 2010.
Julian Evans wrote and presented the BBC Radio 3 series on the European novel, The Romantic Road, and has won the Prix du Rayonnement de la Langue Française. His most recent book is Semi-Invisible Man: the life of Norman Lewis.
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25 Oct 2012
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'Gstrein's prose is muscular and compelling ... highly recommended' Independent. — Independent
'Overtones of Stieg Larsson and The Boys From Brazil' . — Buzz