"A sublime haunting, a ripping yarn, and a killer debut."—J. Robert Lennon
"A breathtaking debut . . . filled with ghosts and demons who lurk in the Canadian north woods." —Andrew Abrahams, People
Machado de Assis’s iconic novel, now considered a progenitor of twentieth-century South American fiction, is finally rendered as a stunningly modern work.
A compassionate tale of marriage, manners, and betrayal, from the Portuguese master
An extraordinary masterpiece of German literature, now in a gripping new English translation