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‘Ultimately, in her hands and in the hands of her translator Ros Schwartz, language becomes a view to the soul.’ 
— Elodie Rose Barnes, on Translation as Transhumance by Mireille Gansel


‘In Schwartz’s luminous translation, the book offers us a moving portrait of the translator both as activist and ally.’
— Margaret Carson for PEN America, on Translation as Transhumance by Mireille Gansel


‘Ros Schwartz conveys all the atmospheric melancholy in her beautifully measured translation, eschewing superfluous detail and offering the fragments of Weil’s life as just that – never a complete picture, but a series of connected representations.’

— Helen Vassallo, on Selfies by Sylvie Weil



part of the new Penguin Classics Simenon series

Reading of the Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry


Ros Schwartz reads from Jean-Claude Mourlevat's JEFFERSON (Andersen Press, 2020)
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