Representing Remarkable Writers

George Bird

George Bird has translated Russian and German literature since 1957, including Dostoevsky’s THE DOUBLE. He wrote THE FISCHER-DIESKAU BOOK OF LIEDER (Faber) with Richard Stokes. George has translated four books by Andrey Kurkov.

In 1986, as John Lear, he won the Pluto Crime Prize for his novel DEATH IN LENINGRAD.

 

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DEATH AND THE PENGUIN
PENGUIN LOST
THE CASE OF THE GENERAL’S THUMB
A MATTER OF DEATH AND LIFE

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