“I held the printed book in my hands for the first time just a few days ago and am a little afraid to open it.”
Author, translator, and fiction editor Dimitri Nasrallah reveals what it was like to translate Hungary-Hollywood Express.
“Hungary-Hollywood Express reads very much as though it was written in English. The French never falls flat, and neither does the translation.”
“I saw Trinity Church. I saw the Woolworth Building. I saw St. Paul’s Chapel. I walked along Broadway. I saw the Stock Exchange. I saw City Hall. I saw thousands of stores open all night. I crossed twenty red lights and fourteen green lights.”