Translations by David McDuff

from Russian

Fyodor Dostoyevsky

The House of the Dead (Penguin Classics)
Poor Folk and Other Stories (Penguin Classics)
Uncle’s Dream and Other Stories (Penguin Classics)
Crime and Punishment (Penguin Classics)
The Brothers Karamazov (Penguin Classics)
The Idiot (Penguin Classics)

Nikolai Leskov

Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk and Other Stories (Penguin Classics)

Leo Tolstoy

The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Stories (Penguin Classics)
Sebastopol Sketches (Penguin Classics)
The Cossacks and Other Stories (Penguin Classics) [with Paul Foote]

Isaac Babel

Collected Stories (Penguin 20th Century Classics)

Andrei Bely

St Petersburg (Penguin 20th Century Classics)

Osip Mandelstam

Selected Poems (Writers & Readers, UK)

Marina Tsvetayeva

Selected Poems (Bloodaxe)

Irina Ratushinskaya

No, I’m Not Afraid (Bloodaxe)
Dance With a Shadow (Bloodaxe)

Ivan Turgenev

Rudin and On the Eve (Oxford World’s Classics)

from Finland-Swedish and Swedish

Edith Södergran: Complete Poems (Bloodaxe, UK)
Ice Around Our Lips – 10 Finland-Swedish Poets (Bloodaxe)
Bo Carpelan: Axel (Carcanet Press, UK)
Tua Forsström: Snow Leopard (Bloodaxe)
Tua Forsström: I Studied Once At A Wonderful Faculty (Bloodaxe) [with S. Katchadourian]
Tua Forsström: One Evening in October I Rowed Out on the Lake (Bloodaxe)
Tua Forsström: I Walked On into the Forest (Bloodaxe, forthcoming)
Gösta Ågren: A Valley In The Midst of Violence (Bloodaxe) (awarded TLS/George Bernard Shaw Translation Prize, 1994)
Gösta Ågren: Standing Here (Kindle edition)
Gösta Ågren: Coming Here (Kindle edition)
Gösta Ågren: The Cities (Kindle edition)
Bo Carpelan: Homecoming (Carcanet)
Karin Boye: Complete Poems (Bloodaxe)
Karin Boye: Kallocain (Penguin Classics)
Mirjam Tuominen: Selected Writings (Bloodaxe)
Bo Carpelan: Urwind (Carcanet)
Bo Carpelan: The Year’s Circle (Marjukka Vainio)
Tove Jansson: The Moomins And The Great Flood (Schildts)
Tove Jansson: The Moomins And The Great Flood (Sortof Books, UK)
Various authors: Dolce far niente in Arabia [G.A. Wallin and His Travels in the 1840s] (Museum Tusculanum Press/Society of Swedish Literature in Finland)

from Finnish

Marianne Aav (ed.) Marimekko – Fabrics, Fashion, Architecture (Yale University Press)
Anni Sumari (ed.) How To Address the Fog (Carcanet, UK) – with Donald Adamson and Robin Fulton
Rosa Liksom: Dark Paradise (Dalkey Archive Press, USA)
Tuomas Kyrö: The Beggar and the Hare (Short Books)
Tuula Karjalainen: Tove Jansson: Work and Love (Particular Books)

from Norwegian

Contemporary Norwegian Prose Writers (Oslo University Press, Norway)
Gunnar Staalesen: At Night All Wolves Are Grey (Quartet, UK)
Geir Kjetsaa: Fyodor Dostoyevsky – A Writer’s Life (Viking USA and Macmillan UK) – translated with Siri Hustvedt
Øysteinn Lønn: Tom Reber’s Last Retreat (Marion Boyars)

from Icelandic

Ólafur Gunnarsson: Gaga (Penumbra Press, Toronto, Canada)
Trolls’ Cathedral (Shad Thames Books/Mare’s Nest, UK)
Million-Percent Men (FORLAGIÐ JPV útgáfa, Iceland)
Brushstrokes of Blue [with Bernard Scudder]: The Young Poets of Iceland, anthology, ed. P. Valsson (Shad Thames Books/Greyhound Press, UK)
Einar Kárason: Devil’s Island (Canongate, UK)
Sjón: the song of the stone collector (Bjartur, Iceland)
Bjarni Bjarnason: The Return of the Divine Mary (Red Hand Books, UK)
Bjarni Bjarnason: The Reputation (Red Hand Books, UK)
Hjálmar Jónsson (“Bólu-Hjálmar”): Selected Poems (John Brown Press, USA)

from Danish

Pia Tafdrup: Queen’s Gate (Bloodaxe)
Pia Tafdrup: Tarkovsky’s Horses and Other Poems (Bloodaxe)
Pia Tafdrup: Salamander Sun (Bloodaxe Books, UK)
Pia Tafdrup: The Taste of Steel and The Smell of Snow (Bloodaxe, forthcoming)
New Danish Poetry, anthology (Bird Press, USA)

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