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Six books to read this Women In Translation month – recommended by our experts

By Beixi Li, PhD Candidate, Translation Studies, University of Bristol
Carol O'Sullivan, Associate Professor in Translation Studies, University of Bristol
Nicole Fayard, Associate Professor in French and Francophone Studies, University of Leicester
Olivia Hellewell, Assistant Professor in Peninsular Spanish and Translation Studies, University of Nottingham
August is Women in Translation month, so we asked some of our experts to recommend their favourite translated books.

This is by no means an exhaustive list, but a starting point for you to go and discover more wonderful books by women from all over the world that have been translated into English.

1. Little Aunt Crane by Yan Geling, translated from Chinese by Esther Tyldesley

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