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    Clara Ng

ISBN: 9786029144840
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All Women Have Affairs & Other Stories

by: Clara Ng

Clara Ng’s stories seem calm on the surface but they are liberally sprinkled with black humor and often contain unexpected elements of surprise. Her protagonists are usually women but rarely do they hold the same occupation. Ng’s stories are boundless; they serve as role models for women employed in a range of fields.

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Clara Ng’s stories seem calm on the surface but they are liberally sprinkled with black humor and often contain unexpected elements of surprise. Her protagonists are usually women but rarely do they hold the same occupation. Ng’s stories are boundless; they serve as role models for women employed in a range of fields. ISBN: 9786029144840
Publish Date: 2015
Page Count: 166 pages
Clara Ng’s stories seem calm on the surface but they are liberally sprinkled with black humor and often contain unexpected elements of surprise. Her protagonists are usually women but rarely do they hold the same occupation. Ng’s stories are boundless; they serve as role models for women employed in a range of fields.
Translator :Pamela Allen
Pamela Allen teaches Indonesian language and literature at the University of Tasmania. She has translated and published a wide range of literary genres from Indonesian to English, including short stories, novels and poetry. She is the English translator of Ayu Utami’s award-winning novel Saman and is currently translating Cerita Cinta Enrico [Enrico’s Love Story], another novel by the same author. She regularly interprets and translates for the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival in Bali and has for many years served as a translator and editor for the Lontar Foundation. Most recently she served as the English-language managing editor for Lontar’s new BTW book series.
Translator :Jorn-Holger Sprode
Jörn-Holger Spröde studied Languages and Cultures of Austronesia, Ethnology, and Comparative Theology at the University of Hamburg. From 2000 until 2003 he worked as lecturer in the Department of Indonesian Studies at Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. Since 2003 he has worked as a translator, interpreter, and teacher of Indonesian. He has accumulated years of experience as a translator, mainly in the fields of humanities, law, economy, and ecology but, more recently, has turned to literature and is currently working on the translation of the novel, Cerita Dante [Dante’s Story], by Stefani Hid.

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