Daisy Rockwell

The Perfect Duet

Ranjit Hoskote

An Indian novel wins the International Booker Prize for the first time. The act of translation must now be sustained and strengthened

Thresholds of Time and Space

A finely delineated and sharply observed story of a middle-class Delhi family during Partition, by Geetanjali Shree and translated by Daisy Rockwell, wins the International Booker Prize. A first for a translation from India

The Master and His Magnifying Glass

This 1930s chronicle of a lower middle class youth brings out the genius of novelist and playwright Upendranath Ashk, known as the Proust of Hindi literature


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