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Fyodor Dostoevsky: where to start with his literature

Fyodor Dostoevsky: where to start with his literature

Ágota Kristóf’s ‘The Notebook’ is a tale of twisted morality and survival during wartime | Calvert Reads

Ágota Kristóf’s ‘The Notebook’ is a tale of twisted morality and survival during wartime | Calvert Reads

‘A feminist in my own way:’ Romanian writer Magda Cârneci on her novel FEM

‘A feminist in my own way:’ Romanian writer Magda Cârneci on her novel FEM

‘Instinct for catastrophe’: French writer Jakuta Alikavazovic on the ghosts of the Yugoslav war

‘Instinct for catastrophe’: French writer Jakuta Alikavazovic on the ghosts of the Yugoslav war

Memory, migrants, magic: 11 books to look forward to in 2021

Memory, migrants, magic: 11 books to look forward to in 2021

Feminist poetry, migration tales and satire: the 10 best Eastern European books of 2020

Feminist poetry, migration tales and satire: the 10 best Eastern European books of 2020

Young in the 90s: in her debut novel, director Nana Ekvtimishvili explores a decade most Georgians want to forget

Young in the 90s: in her debut novel, director Nana Ekvtimishvili explores a decade most Georgians want to forget

Myth, fiction, reportage: 8 books that paint a portrait of the North Caucasus, then and now

Myth, fiction, reportage: 8 books that paint a portrait of the North Caucasus, then and now

Vivid and richly detailed, ‘Catherine the Great and the Small’ explores a migrant’s fragmented identity 

Vivid and richly detailed, ‘Catherine the Great and the Small’ explores a migrant’s fragmented identity 

Our list of books, films and songs that champion resilience in times of change

Our list of books, films and songs that champion resilience in times of change

Armenia’s Narine Abgaryan weaves a story of transgenerational trauma amid the folds of fairytale prose

Armenia’s Narine Abgaryan weaves a story of transgenerational trauma amid the folds of fairytale prose

Can you ever truly know your mother? In the novel The Doll, Ismail Kadare thinks you can't

Can you ever truly know your mother? In the novel The Doll, Ismail Kadare thinks you can’t

Magda Szabó’s cult novel Abigail is an adventurous tale of teenage friendship in wartime Hungary 

Magda Szabó’s cult novel Abigail is an adventurous tale of teenage friendship in wartime Hungary 

By the book: 9 new titles to get in your literary calendar in 2020

By the book: 9 new titles to get in your literary calendar in 2020

Our 10 favourite books of 2019 will change how you see the world

Our 10 favourite books of 2019 will change how you see the world

Georgi Gospodinov: enter the world of the Bulgarian writer taking on empathy, sorrow and stereotypes

Georgi Gospodinov: enter the world of the Bulgarian writer taking on empathy, sorrow and stereotypes

Revolutionary reading list: get your head around 1917 with our selection of novels and non-fiction

Revolutionary reading list: get your head around 1917 with our selection of novels and non-fiction

Expecto patriotism: the magical yet dark world of Russian Harry Potter rip-offs

Expecto patriotism: the magical yet dark world of Russian Harry Potter rip-offs