The Taste of Translation

A Muslim princess learns to die to self, a Christian translator learns there are other ways to write, and a secular exile from the Bosnian War learns to open to her past in order to embrace the future. Across a shifting landscape spanning Europe and North Africa, and bridging more than six centuries, their pilgrimages to the centre of being tell a single story – of what it means to love.
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  • Category: Fiction » Literature » Literary
  • Words: 137,550
  • Language: Commonwealth English
  • ISBN: 9781301729821
About Anne Gambling

I am a writer, a mother and many other things besides depending on the viewer’s perspective. My works of prose fiction - composed either as short story or novel - seek to explore the human condition, existing in, of and with the world. These fictions I support with contemplative essays and poetry through which the prismic diversity of life can be engaged within different aesthetic frames. Underlying all my work, however, is the sole intent to contribute to the conversation on peace, and to share my understanding that love is the foundation toward a more peaceful and compassionate world, respectful of all. Learn more by visiting my web presence:

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