Bernardine Evaristo’s Booker Prize-winning novel Girl, Woman, Other is now available in Greek.
Girl, Woman, Other is the eighth novel written by Bernardine Evaristo, published by Hamish Hamilton in 2019. The novel follows twelve women living in Britain, most of them black or mixed, of all ages, rich and poor, with different characters and sexual orientations, who have experienced from an early age social discrimination, racist behavior, and daily hardships. Their stories of friends, family, lovers and mistresses are woven into the search for a better future in an ever-changing multinational society. It has won its writer numerous nominations and awards including the Booker Prize and at the British Book Awards.
The book was translated into Spanish earlier in the year allowing for those who speak that language to access the work from the writer. The latest translation of the title gaining modern classic status is now Greek. The announcement made by multiple award winner on her Twitter on July 13, states the book is now available in Greek from publisher Dardanos.
Presenting the second translation of ‘Girl, Woman, Other’ out now in Greek with Dardanos, hot on the heels of the Spanish version. pic.twitter.com/qquoGJT3IT
— Bernardine Evaristo (@BernardineEvari) July 13, 2020
If you speak Greek, this is your chance to get a hold of some amazing Black writing. Check out the book here.