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Do Books In Translation Sell?

Posted at 7:59AM Wednesday 03 Sep 2014

The more worthwhile question to consider is not whether books in translation sell, but whether those bestsellers are predictable, whether there are cycles, and in that context, whether the present moment is exceptional.

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