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Joseph Coulson chronicles the American family with enormous intensity. His sense of history is vast, his sense of detail fine, Coulson is the ferryman to that America just beyond – tragic and wondrous. — John Reed
André Naffis-Sahely′s translations include Laâbi′s The Rule of Barbarism (Pirogue Poets Series), and Rachid Boujedra′s The Barbary Figs and The Funerals (Arabia Books). His translation of Émile Zola′s L′argent is forthcoming from Penguin Classics. He lives in London.