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  1. 澳大利亚

  Cloudstreet by Tim Winton


  An epic novel that regularly tops the list of best-loved novels in Australia. After two separate catastrophes, two very different families leave the country for the bright lights of Perth. The Lambs are industrious, united, and―until God seems to turn His back on their boy Fish―religious. The Pickleses are gamblers, boozers, fractious, and unlikely landlords. Change, hardship, and the war force them to swallow their dignity and share a great, breathing, shuddering house called Cloudstreet.


  2. 日本

  Manazuru by Hiromi Kawakami


  Twelve years have passed since Kei’s husband, Rei, disappeared and she was left alone with her three-year-old daughter. Her new relationship with a married man—the antithesis of Rei—has brought her life to a numbing stasis, and her relationships with her mother and daughter have spilled into routine, day after day.


  Through a poetic style embracing the surreal and grotesque, a quiet tenderness emerges from these dark moments. Manazuru is a meditation on memory—a profound, precisely delineated exploration of the relationships between lovers and family members.


  3. 俄罗斯

  One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhenitsyn


  The simply told story of a typical, grueling day of the titular character's life in a labor camp in Siberia, is a modern classic of Russian literature and quickly cemented Solzhenitsyn's international reputation.


  4. 土耳其

  The Forty Rules of Love by Elif Shafak


  The most widely read female writer in Turkey... Shafak effortlessly blends East and West, past and present, to create a dramatic, compelling, and exuberant tale about how love works in the world.


  Shafak unfolds two parallel narratives-one set in the thirteenth century, when Rumi encountered his spiritual mentor, the wandering dervish known as Shams of Tabriz, and one contemporary, as an unhappy American housewife, inspired by Rumi's message of love, finds the courage to transform her life.


  5. 墨西哥

  Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel


  Earthy, magical, and utterly charming, this tale of family life in turn-of-the-century Mexico became a best-selling phenomenon with its winning blend of poignant romance and bittersweet wit.


  6. 冰岛

  Stone Tree by Gyrõir Elíasson

  Gyrõir Elíasson的《石树》

  Along the lonely western shores of Iceland, among its vast mountain ranges and its barren lava fields, this sublime collection of short stories blends the desires and efforts of its numerous protagonists, nearly all intent on taking leave of their normal lives in order to pursue their dreams more seriously.


  7. 芬兰

  The Year of the Hare by Arto Paasilinna


  Which of us has not had that wonderfully seditious idea: to play hooky for a while from life as we know it?' With these words from his foreword, Pico Iyer puts his finger on the exhilaratingly anarchic appeal of The Year of the Hare. Suddenly realizing what's important in life (with the help of a bunny), a man quits his job and heads to the countryside in this internationally bestselling comic novel.


  8. 瑞典

  Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta by Aglaja Veteranyi

  Aglaja Veteranyi所著的《为什么孩子在玉米糊里烹煮》

  Aglaja Veteranyi was born in Bucharest to a family of circus artists who toured Europe relentlessly until they finally settled in Switzerland. An actress, performer, and artist as well as a writer, she only published one novel during her lifetime. She committed suicide in 2002.

  Aglaja Veteranyi出生在布加勒斯特的一个杂耍演员家庭,他们在欧洲马不停蹄地巡演后,最终定居瑞士。Veteranyi是演员、表演家、艺术家,同时还是位作家。但她终身只发表过一本小说,她在2002年自杀了。

  In the novel, a nomadic family of circus performers, refugees from Romania, travels through Europe and Africa by caravan. The mother's death-defying act causes constant anxiety for her two daughters, who voice their fears through a grisly communal fairy tale about a child being cooked alive in polenta--but their real life is no less of a dark fable, and one that seems just as unlikely to have a happy ending.