|Emne||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)|
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';Schuyler writes with piercing intelligence and real insight into the complex worlds of literary translation and human relationships.' Ellen Sussman, author of the New York Times bestselling novel French LessonsWhen renowned translator Hanne Schubert falls down a flight of stairs, she suffers from an unusual but real conditionthe loss of her native language. Speaking only Japanese, a language learned later in life, she leaves for Japan. There, to Hanne's shock, the Japanese novelist whose work she recently translated confronts her publicly for sabotaging his work.Reeling, Hanne seeks out the inspiration for the author's novela tortured, chimerical actor, once a master in the art of Noh theater. Through their passionate, volatile relationship, Hanne is forced to reexamine how she has lived her life, including her estranged relationship with her daughter. In elegant and understated prose, Nina Schuyler offers a deeply moving and mesmerizing story about language, love, and the transcendence of family.