A dilapidated bus, which thirty years earlier had probably been a luxurious long-distance vehicle with reclining seats, pulled up to the stand. A handwritten piece of paper taped to the inside of the windscreen said ‘Balcarce’. Iván hurried up the steps and stretched out on the back seat. He tu…
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Translated by Anne McLean
Anne McLean has translated writings by, among others, Julio Cortázar, Tomás Eloy Martínez and Carmen Martín Gaite. Her translations of Soldiers and Salamis, The Speed of Light and The Tenant & The Motive by Javier Cercas are published by Bloomsbury.More about the translator →