Friday, October 30th, 2015 10:26 am

creswell_1-100815_jpg_600x836_q85In case you missed it, check out Robyn Creswell’s review of Leg Over Leg in the New York Review of Books’ October 8 issue here, which explores the “many virtues” of Humphrey Davies’ translation and its source text:

It is acrobatic, cutting, and baroquely self-aware. It is the style of a virtuoso in flight from the orthodoxy of his place and time.”

The review focuses on the bilingual hardcover edition, but arrives just in time for the launch of our English-only paperbacks: the two Leg over Leg paperbacks (Volumes One and Two and Volumes Three and Four) are available for sale now.