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WANLAYA'S LOVE
Seinee Saowaphong

 
Paris after the Second World War:
the Left Bank, Montmartre and Picasso's dove.
Wanlaya is a Thai music student
with challenging ideas and challenged friends,
all engaged in their own ways
in a search for the true values of life.

The meaning of art, the birth of music,
the evil of elitist education,
the value of work, women's liberation:
this swinging, iconoclastic novel of ideas,
published in the early 1950s
but only read twenty years later,
has inspired Thai progressive circles ever since,
and remains a hymn to life clamouring for change
and ringing with the hopes and generosity of youth.

By the author of Ghosts.

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LA MAISON NATALE
Kanokphong Songsomphan

Sur le ton élégiaque du repentir et du regret, qui n'exclut pas l'humour, la narration d'un double drame : un amour adolescent tourne au tragique tandis que dans les montagnes environnantes une insurrection tourne court.

THE WHITE SHADOW
Saneh Sangsuk

Portrait of the artist as a young rascal.
The scandalous 1994 Thai novel hailed as a world-class masterpiece.

 
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From new or newly confirmed talents to veteran writers such as Arjin Panjaphan, Kanokphong Songsomphan and Korn Siriwattano, thirteen of the best Thai short stories translated – for the first time ever – during the year 2013.

 
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