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Next Issue Meet Michael Edwards at the Brasserie Lipp David Herman reads Milosz's life Sumita Chakraborty's five poems Judith Wilson's encounter with Giovanni Pascoli Simon Armitage revives Branwell Bronte
Timothy Adès, rhyming translator-poet, has books of Jean Cassou from Arc (33 Sonnets) and Agenda (Amadis), and Victor Hugo from Hearing Eye (How to be a Grandfather, now complete). He translates Alfonso Reyes (TLS Premio Valle-Inclán Prize) and he won the first John Dryden Prize. His big volume of Robert Desnos (PNR 200) looms closer.
Timothy Adès's work featured in PN Review comprises two translations.
Translation of a Poetry Collection by in PN Review 200 (2011)Six Poems Translated from the French by Timothy Adès
Translation of a Poetry Collection by in PN Review 211 (2013)'A Dying Roman Addresses His Son' and Other Poems (translated by Timothy Adès)