Shaun Whiteside

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A former Chair of the Translators Association, Shaun Whiteside has translated from French, German, Italian and Dutch for over twenty years. His translations include works of fiction, philosophy and art criticism, as well as classics by authors such as Freud, Musil and Nietzsche. His most recent translations from Dutch are the fictionalised memoirs Love Life and The Widower by Ray Kluun, and the novel In a Dark Wood by Marcel Möring. He lives in London.

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