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Father Telephoned the Fly

Collage Herta Müller
Translated from the German by Alexander Booth

I begin to feel uneasy and then I disappear.

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No. 24

No. 24


Herta Müller was awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize for Literature for her work exposing oppressive Romanian life under Nicolae Ceasescu’s dictatorship. English translations of her novels include The Hunger Angel, The Appointment, and Land of Green Plums (all Picador).


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