Found in translation

<p>John Carey, chair of judges for the award of the new Man Booker International Prize, comments (Opinion, 1st July) on British neglect of foreign literature in translation. May I remind readers that there has been a galaxy of British translation prizes--the eight administered by the Translators' Association of the Society of Authors and also the Weidenfeld Translation Prize.</p><p>This year the latter has been won by Denis Jackson for his translations of three novellas by the 19th-century German writer, Theodor Storm, in Paul the Puppeteer (Angel Books, &#163;9.95). The judges had in min...

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