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When books in other languages are translated into English and then performed by English-speaking narrators, listeners can experience a powerful combination of creative energy. Author, translator, and narrator(s) are each and all essential to the success of bringing books originally in French, German, Spanish, Japanese, and other languages to ears that can appreciate—and be enriched by—hearing these narratives in English. We regularly highlight translations available in audiobook format on our social media, and we have seen how popular these are with listeners, so we’ve collected some best of the best audiobooks in translation to whet your listening appetite from the world beyond English-speaking authors.
AT NIGHT ALL BLOOD IS BLACK

AT NIGHT ALL BLOOD IS BLACK

by David Diop, Anna Moschovakis [Trans.] | Read by Dion Graham

Brilliance Audio
Fiction

Dion Graham's haunting narration reveals the heartbreaking costs paid by soldiers who experience the horror of trench warfare. Alfa is a "Chocolat," a Senegalese man fighting for the French in WWI alongside his childhood friend, Mademba. When Mademba dies under impossibly painful circumstances, Graham channels Alfa's enormous grief and subsequent descent into madness as every... Read More

BEOWULF: A NEW TRANSLATION

BEOWULF: A NEW TRANSLATION

Earphones Award Winner

by Maria Dahvana Headley | Read by JD Jackson, Maria Dahvana Headley [Intro.]

Macmillan Audio
Classics

Narrator JD Jackson addresses his listener as "bro" in this decidedly contemporary retelling of the classic saga. Headley's translation has received attention for recasting female characters like Grendel's mother into strong women warriors, rather than the usual monsters and hags. More remarkable is her infusion of a modern idiom and storytelling style into the traditional... Read More

THE BLACK NOTEBOOK

THE BLACK NOTEBOOK

by Patrick Modiano, Mark Polizzotti [Trans.] | Read by Bronson Pinchot

Blackstone Audio
Fiction

Bronson Pinchot elegantly narrates this mysterious novella. His fine French accent gives this brooding backward-glancing story by Nobel Prize winner Modiano a fine sense of time and place. Set in contemporary Paris, the story recounts the haunting experience of Jean, once a struggling writer, who now uses his notebook as a map to return to his long-ago dangerous liaison with... Read More

BOLLA

BOLLA

by Pajtim Statovci, David Hackston [Trans.] | Read by Michael Crouch, Tyler Kent

Random House Audio
Fiction

Michael Crouch and Tyler Kent narrate this novel about a couple who must keep their love a secret in this triggering but honest look at the ethnic war in Kosovo in the mid-1990s. Portraying Milos, Crouch shows off his vocal control as he exudes the bottled rage that arises out of abuse and persecution. Listeners should keep tissues handy as Crouch's heartbreaking narration will... Read More

BONE FIRE

BONE FIRE

by György Dragomán, Ottilie Mulzet [Trans.] | Read by Caitlin Kelly

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Fiction

Narrator Caitlin Kelly's youthful-sounding voice is perfect for this novel about 13-year-old Emma, who lives in an orphanage in an unnamed former communist country. Out of the blue, a mysterious older woman who is claiming to be her grandmother takes Emma away. Then magic subtly begins to enter Emma's new life. Kelly conveys Emma's childlike wonder at the changes she... Read More

THE BOOK COLLECTORS

THE BOOK COLLECTORS A Band of Syrian Rebels and the Stories That Carried Them Through a War

by Delphine Minoul, Lara Vergnaud [Trans.] | Read by Nikki Massoud

Random House Audio
Biography & Memoir

Narrator Nikki Massoud's strong, clear voice brings listeners the determination of journalist Delphine Minoui as she pieces together the unlikely story of an underground library in Daraya, the city where the Syrian civil war began. Massoud sounds confident, firm, and consistent as Minoui describes her travels through the Middle East's conflict-torn libraries. Eventually,... Read More

CELESTIAL BODIES

CELESTIAL BODIES

by Jokha Alharthi, Marilyn Booth [Trans.] | Read by Laurence Bouvard

Tantor Media
Fiction

Through narrator Laurence Bouvard's varied performance, listeners are treated to a family saga and a history of the development of Oman. Mayya, Asma, and Khawla are three sisters whose lives and concerns are vividly brought to life by Bouvard. She is a talented female narrator who is up for the challenge of depicting these very different women with distinct personalities.... Read More

COLORFUL

COLORFUL

Earphones Award Winner

by Eto Mori, Jocelyne Allen [Trans.] | Read by Brian Nishii

Blackstone Audio
Fiction

Drawing from his childhood in Tokyo, as well as his acting experience, Brian Nishii delivers a flawless narration. In this Japanese bestseller, a dead soul wins a lottery and gets a second chance. Prapura, an angel, guides the soul as it occupies the body of Makoto Kobayashi, a 14-year-old who recently attempted suicide. The soul must learn from its past mistakes in order to be... Read More

COWBOY GRAVES

COWBOY GRAVES Three Novellas

by Roberto Bolaño, Natasha Wimmer [Trans.] | Read by Anthony Rey Perez

Penguin Audio
Fiction

This audio collection from Chilean novelist Roberto Bolao brings together three novellas with political overtones: the eponymous COWBOY GRAVES, chronicling the protagonist's life leading up to his return to Chile when the coup hits; FRENCH COMEDY OF HORRORS, in which a poet answers a ringing pay phone and learns of a secret society called the Clandestine Surrealist Group in... Read More

THE DISASTER TOURIST

THE DISASTER TOURIST

by Yun Ko-eun, Lizzie Buehler [Trans.] | Read by Natalie Naudus

Blackstone Audio
Fiction

Natalie Naudus is a quirky, spirited narrator who plays up the thread of comedy running throughout this unusual story about disaster tourism. She becomes Yona, a young Korean woman who finds herself working for a disreputable travel agency. Listeners are treated to a humorously presented view of a future in which tourists travel to disaster sites for entertainment. There is a... Read More

THE DIVINE BOYS

THE DIVINE BOYS

by Laura Restrepo, Carolina De Robertis [Trans.] | Read by Ramón de Ocampo

Brilliance Audio
Fiction

Narrator Ramón de Ocampo ramps up the tension in this literary crime story based on a true account. Five male friends in Bogotá, Colombia, bond over drink, drugs, and women. When one of them, Muñeco, crosses the line by torturing and raping a child, their loyalty to one another is tested. De Ocampo skillfully creates a haunting atmosphere as he relays the intense emotions of... Read More

EARTHEATER

EARTHEATER

by Dolores Reyes, Julia Sanches {Trans.] | Read by Frankie Corzo

Harper Audio
Fiction

Narrator Frankie Corzo brings her velvety voice to this Argentinian story featuring a character who has visions of violence that has taken place against women. As a child, Eartheater discovers that her desire to consume earth is matched by an ability to magically see into the lives of others. After alarming her school by revealing her teacher's grisly death, she's expelled, and... Read More

THE EMPRESS

THE EMPRESS

by Laura Martinez-Belli, Simon Bruni [Trans.] | Read by Yareli Arizmendi

Brilliance Audio
Historical Fiction

Yareli Arizmendi takes on the daunting narration of Martinez-Belli's epic historical novel recounting the tempestuous reign of Maximillian of Austria and his princess, Charlotte, better known as Empress Carlota of Mexico. To quash the current Mexican regime, Napoleon III places Maximillian and Charlotte on the throne. Married to a man who does not love her and who will not bed... Read More

EVERYTHING IS MINE

EVERYTHING IS MINE

by Ruth Lillegraven, Diane Oatley [Trans.] | Read by James Patrick Cronin, Stina Nielsen, Soneela Nankani, Eric G. Dove, Stephen Graybill

Brilliance Audio
Mystery & Suspense

A talented team of narrators tackle this psychological suspense, which blends family drama, politics, and murder. With its shifting points of view and timeframes, this audiobook has many twists. In Oslo, Clara and Henrik have been married for a decade and have young sons. Clara works with the Ministry of Justice--and has political ambitions--while Henrik is a doctor. A young... Read More

THE FIRE BLOSSOM

THE FIRE BLOSSOM The Fire Blossom Saga, Book 1

by Sarah Lark, Kate Northrop [Trans.] | Read by Katherine Littrell

Brilliance Audio
Historical Fiction

In this adventure-filled and absorbing listen, Katherine Littrell's versatile narration engages listeners with the harsh beauty of life in mid-nineteenth-century New Zealand. A wide cast of characters, from German and English immigrants to native New Zealanders, including members of the Maori tribe, is expertly portrayed by Littrell. She voices male and female characters... Read More

THE GODMOTHER

THE GODMOTHER

by Hannelore Cayre, Stephanie Smee [Trans.] | Read by Julia Franklin

Bolinda Audio
Mystery & Suspense

While working as an Arabic translator for the Paris police department, Patience Portefeux finds the solution to her own financial woes and a way to fund her mother's increasing care costs as she creates a double life for herself as an unlikely drug-gang boss. Narrator Julia Franklin does a wonderful job of bringing 53-year-old Patience and a wide selection of colorful... Read More

HORIZONTAL VERTIGO

HORIZONTAL VERTIGO A City Called Mexico

by Juan Villoro, Alfred MacAdam [Trans.] | Read by Gabriel Porras

Random House Audio
Contemporary Culture

Narrator Gabriel Porras guides listeners through the eloquent essays novelist Juan Villoro wrote to share his wonder at his own Mexico City. Villoro has been exquisitely translated by Alfred MacAdam, the imagistic writing perfectly captured in its move from Spanish to English. Porras narrates with a moderate accent; his pacing and intonation are faithful to Villoro's phrasing... Read More

THE ILIAD

THE ILIAD

by Homer, Ian Johnston [Trans.] | Read by Anton Lesser

Naxos AudioBooks
Classics

Anton Lesser gives a successful and engaging presentation of one the world's oldest stories. Johnston's modern translation maintains several traditions of the ancient rhetorical style, and Lesser honors the patterns of repeated names and titles without hurrying or rushing through the many honorifics. Lesser smoothly moves from narrating the action to voicing the different... Read More

I'M IN SEATTLE, WHERE ARE YOU?

I'M IN SEATTLE, WHERE ARE YOU?

Earphones Award Winner

by Mortada Gzar, William Hutchins [Trans.] | Read by Haaz Sleiman

Brilliance Audio
Biography & Memoir

Narrator Haaz Sleiman's voice is consistently gentle and sad, yet he also finds the biting humor in this wonderful memoir. Gzar's story is a fascinating journey that takes listeners to the Middle East, Japan, and, ultimately, the Midwest U.S. Facing constant oppression is his native Iraq for his homosexuality, Gzar, intellectual and curious, seeks a life elsewhere, eventually... Read More

THE IMMORTAL BOY

THE IMMORTAL BOY

by Francisco Montaña Ibáñez, David Bowles [Trans.] | Read by Johnny Rey Diaz, Ana Daniela Osorio

Dreamscape
Young Adult

In Bogota, Colombia, Hector and his four siblings must fend for themselves after being abandoned by their father. They find themselves hungry every day but seek to stay together at any cost. Narrator Johnny Rey Diaz provides expressive vocal characterizations for the siblings' dialogue and delivers clear, comfortably paced narrative. In a parallel story, Nina, a girl living in... Read More

THE IMPUDENT ONES

THE IMPUDENT ONES

by Marguerite Duras, Kelsey L. Haskett [Trans.], Jean Vallier [Pref.] | Read by Suzanne Toren

HighBridge Audio
Fiction

Suzanne Toren is an experienced narrator, one of the AUDIOFILE's Golden Voices, who confidently takes the listener into this complicated family drama about a girl in provincial France in the early 1900s. Listeners hear the ups and downs of Maud's early years with an absent father and a negligent mother. In dreamy tones, Toren creates sympathy for the young Maud, who tries to... Read More

INCIDENTAL INVENTIONS

INCIDENTAL INVENTIONS

by Elena Ferrante, Ann Goldstein [Trans.] | Read by Hillary Huber

Blackstone Audio
Contemporary Culture

Narrator Hillary Huber takes on the persona of bestselling author Elena Ferrante for this collection of short columns written for the Italian newspaper THE GUARDIAN. The elusive Ferrante, who uses a pseudonym, is best known for the Neapolitan Quartet novels, which include MY BRILLIANT FRIEND. She writes here on a variety of subjects ranging from her own writing process to... Read More

KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER

KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER

Earphones Award Winner

by Sigrid Undset, Tiina Nunnally [Trans.] | Read by Erin Bennett

Audible Inc./ Brilliance Audio
Fiction

KRISTIN LAVRANSDATTER is a masterpiece of storytelling. It was published in 1922, and its author won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1928. Her work has lost none of its power or appeal since. That the 1997 Tiina Nunnally translation is now available as an audiobook is a literary event, since an immersive saga of such length and depth will be particularly appealing to many in... Read More

LAST SUMMER IN THE CITY

LAST SUMMER IN THE CITY

by Gianfranco Calligarich, Andre Aciman [Intro.], Howard Curtis [Trans.] | Read by Mark Meadows

Vibrance Press
Fiction

Narrator Mark Meadows's commanding baritone maintains the listener's attention from Andre Aciman's detailed introduction to the final lines of Gianfranco Calligarich's novel. This "forgotten classic of Italian literature" explores 1970s Italian ennui. Leo and his friend, Graziano, know something's wrong with the way they're living. They realize it's time to change their la... Read More

LAZARUS

LAZARUS

by Lars Kepler, Neil Smith [Trans.] | Read by Saul Reichlin

Random House Audio
Mystery & Suspense

Saul Reichlin returns to narrate the seventh book in the Joona Linna series by the Swedish writing couple known as Lars Kepler. Reichlin meets the challenge of voicing numerous characters, including a 12-year-old girl and a number of psychopaths, male and female. Warning to listeners: The plot moves from one scene of depraved, graphic violence to another. An old enemy of... Read More

LEAN AGAINST THIS LATE HOUR

LEAN AGAINST THIS LATE HOUR

by Garous Abdolmalekian, Idra Novey [Trans.], Ahmad Nadalizadeh [Trans.] | Read by Sean Rohani

Penguin Audio
Poetry & Drama

Narrator Sean Rohani infuses this book of poetry with a heartfelt focus that envelops the listener. He brings the work of Garous Abdolmalekian, a new Iranian poet, to international audiences. Rohani's narration of the poems is well paced; their tone is soft and dreamy. One could listen to this title while taking a long walk or trying to ease into sleep. The poems vary in length... Read More

THE LOST ART OF DOING NOTHING

THE LOST ART OF DOING NOTHING

by Maartje Willems, Laura Vroomen [Trans.] | Read by Kate Mulligan

Blackstone Audio
Personal Growth

Kate Mulligan is an energetic and sincere narrator for a title that touts the value of doing nothing. She explains the Dutch philosophy of "niksen," which exhorts people to clear their minds as a way of increasing their happiness. Mulligan sounds like an excited friend who has found a new theory she can't wait to explain. She sounds warm and engaging, all the while maintaining... Read More

THE LOST VILLAGE

THE LOST VILLAGE

Earphones Award Winner

by Camilla Sten, Alexandra Fleming [Trans.] | Read by Angela Dawe

Macmillan Audio
Horror

Narrator Angela Dawe raises the stakes in this atmospheric horror novel. Sixty years ago, 900 people of the Silverjarn village in Sweden disappeared--except for a woman and a baby. Filmmaker Alice Lindstedt, who aims to solve the puzzle, recruits a team to produce a film about the "lost village." But they all get more than they bargained for. Dawe's storytelling is superb. She... Read More

MINCEMEAT

MINCEMEAT The Education of an Italian Chef

by Leonardo Lucarelli, Lorena Rossi Gori [Trans.], Danielle Rossi [Trans.] | Read by Will Damron

Random House Audio
Biography & Memoir

Leonardo Lucarelli's no-holds-barred story of his slapdash journey from an unconventional childhood in India to restaurant kitchens in Rome and beyond may make listeners question the sanity of professional chefs--but not their passion for cooking. Narrator Will Damron's soft voice and casual cadence invite listeners into a world of demanding bosses and unsteady finances,... Read More

MONKEY KING

MONKEY KING Journey to the West

by Wu Cheng'en, Julia Lovell [Trans, Intro, Notes], Gene Luen Yang [Fore.] | Read by Robert Wu

Penguin Audio
Classics

Julia Lovell's fresh translation of this classic Chinese fantasy epic, paired with Robert Wu's lively performance, delivers hours of listening entertainment. Wu embodies the titular Monkey King's verve, arrogance, and wit as he seeks immortality. His puckish antics soon draw the ire of the Jade Emperor and other spirits. The resulting punishment leads Monkey on a redemptive... Read More

THE MURDERER'S APE

THE MURDERER'S APE

Earphones Award Winner

by Jakob Wegelius, Peter Graves [Trans.] | Read by Kimberly Farr

Listening Library
Young Adult

Kimberly Farr convincingly renders every accent and personality of the many diverse characters in this unusual novel. In 1904, Sally Jones, a gorilla who can read and write, is caged until compassionate sea captain Henry Koskela purchases her. Farr's Sally Jones is fully believable as she recounts her story on an Underwood typewriter. When Koskela is falsely imprisoned for... Read More

THE MYSTERIOUS CORRESPONDENT

THE MYSTERIOUS CORRESPONDENT New Stories

by Marcel Proust, Charlotte Mandell[Trans.] | Read by Simon Vance

Tantor Media
Classics

Narrator Simon Vance gives these never-before-published stories by Proust charm of their own with his amiable tone and gentle cadence. This short work includes contextual explanations of themes that are seen in later works, including IN SEARCH OF LOST TIME. In "The Awareness of Loving Her," Vance captures the first-person narrator's sense of loss and earnestness as he searches... Read More

THE PASSENGER

THE PASSENGER

Earphones Award Winner

by Ulrich Alexander Boschwitz, André Aciman [Pref.], Philip Boehm [Trans.] | Read by Neil Hellegers

Macmillan Audio
Fiction

With penetrating urgency and an innate feel for the author's tragicomic yet hyperrealistic interior dialogue, narrator Neil Hellegers gives heartrending voice to this rediscovered novel, written in 1938 in the wake of Kristallnacht. Otto Silbermann, who is desperate to avoid the Third Reich's roundup of German Jews, searches for a train to take him across the border to safety... Read More

THE PELICAN

THE PELICAN

by Martin Michael Driessen, Jonathan Reeder [Trans.] | Read by Stefan Rudnicki

Brilliance Audio
Fiction

Narrator Stefan Rudnicki's deep and resonant voice gives Driessen's short novel the aura of a folktale. Set in a nondescript town in the former Yugoslavia on the eve of the war in the 1980s, the audiobook features two ordinary men, Andrej, the postman, and Josip, the funicular operator. The pair spend their lives circling each other in an unending cycle of blackmail. At times,... Read More

A QUESTION MARK IS HALF A HEART

A QUESTION MARK IS HALF A HEART

by Sofia Lundberg, Nicola Smalley [Trans.] | Read by Joan Walker

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Fiction

At age 50, Elin is a famed photographer with a seemingly idyllic life. Few people know she grew up painfully poor in Sweden. Narrator Joan Walker masterfully portrays Elin's struggles with her identity; listeners quickly become accustomed to Walker's delivery of busy Elin's hurried and strained tones. When a letter from a childhood friend arrives, it sends Elin into a downward... Read More

THE SCANDAL OF THE CENTURY

THE SCANDAL OF THE CENTURY And Other Writings

by Gabriel García Márquez, Anne McLean [Trans.] | Read by Bernado de Palma

Blackstone Audio
Contemporary Culture

García Márquez is mostly known, and justly so, as a Nobel Prize-winning novelist, but his background and first love was journalism. This audiobook collects some of his best and best-known magazine and newspaper pieces--some reporting, some commenting, and some just musing on the writing life. Bernardo de Paula's narration is not flawless, but the flaws are mostly minor. He is... Read More

SHOKO'S SMILE

SHOKO'S SMILE Stories

by Choi Eunyoung, Sung Ryu [Trans.] | Read by Jackie Chung, Janet Song, Greta Jung

Penguin Audio
Fiction

Narrators Jackie Chung, Janet Song, and Greta Jung work together to present these short stories, which offer glimpses into the lives of contemporary Korean women. From the tragic ferry sinking that listeners might remember from the news a while back to quieter personal conflicts, the narrators create a rich vocal range for the mostly female characters. Chung, Song, and Jung... Read More

SUMMER LIGHT, AND THEN COMES THE NIGHT

SUMMER LIGHT, AND THEN COMES THE NIGHT

Earphones Award Winner

by Jón Kalman Stefánsson, Philip Roughton [Trans.] | Read by Ulf Bjorklund

Harper Audio
Fiction

Narrator Ulf Bjorklund takes listeners on a leisurely stroll through a small Icelandic town. The performance is composed of several short stories featuring various townsfolk that give listeners windows into each of their lives. From the neighborhood gossipers to pensive resident scientists to nosy postmen, every relationship is intimately performed, and discovering the... Read More

THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS AN EASY JOB

THERE'S NO SUCH THING AS AN EASY JOB

by Kikuko Tsumura, Polly Barton [Trans.] | Read by Cindy Kay

Dreamscape
Fiction

Narrator Cindy Kay performs this deceptively titled work with a fine sense of pacing and an understated affect. The warmth in her voice grounds the unnamed narrator's sometimes fantastic experiences. The decision to modulate and slow down the male voices makes them a kind of counterpoint to the calm and confidential tone of the 36-year- old female protagonist, whom we follow on... Read More

THINGS THAT FALL FROM THE SKY

THINGS THAT FALL FROM THE SKY

by Selja Ahava, Emily Jeremiah [Trans.], Fleur Jeremiah [Trans.] | Read by Erin Bennett

Brilliance Audio
Fiction

Erin Bennett's performance of Ahava's audiobook is wide ranging; she's able to convey childlike wonder, as well as the deeper wounds of adulthood. The audiobook captures the inexplicable nature of human existence, death, and grieving through several interlaced short stories. In the opening scenes, a family moves into an old house, a dwelling not unlike a living thing, which... Read More

THE TOWER OF FOOLS

THE TOWER OF FOOLS

by Andrzej Sapkowski, David French [Trans.] | Read by Peter Kenny

Hachette Audio
Fantasy

Narrator Peter Kenny captures this historical fantasy novel, which takes place in the 1400s. Kenny's ability to provide well-differentiated voices for the many characters will thoroughly engage listeners. Reynevan, a healer and magician, is on the run for his life. Kenny's choice of accent, tone, and timbre accurately depicts Reynevan and his complex personality. A story full... Read More

TWO OLD MEN AND A BABY

TWO OLD MEN AND A BABY Or, How Hendrik and Evert Get Themselves into a Jam

Earphones Award Winner

by Hendrik Groen, Hester Velmans [Trans.] | Read by Nicholas Guy Smith

Hachette Audio
Fiction

Nicholas Guy Smith narrates this oddball adventure of two Dutch septuagenarians who accidentally find themselves in possession of a baby girl. Hendrik and Evert are looking forward to an enjoyable evening of camaraderie and relaxation. On his way to Hendrik's apartment, Evert ducks into a school bathroom to relieve himself, but after a series of small and extremely funny... Read More

VAGABONDS

VAGABONDS

by Hao Jingfang, Ken Liu [Trans.] | Read by Emily Woo Zeller

Simon & Schuster Audio
Science Fiction

Narrator Emily Woo Zeller imbues this ambitious debut novel with meditative gravitas. In the year 2201, Luoying has returned to her home on Mars after spending five years on Earth as a student ambassador. Rather than being overjoyed at seeing her home planet, Luoying and her fellow ambassadors become disillusioned with their world, which is not the utopia they had thought.... Read More

WILL AND TESTAMENT

WILL AND TESTAMENT

by Vigdis Hjorth, Charlotte Barslund [Trans.] | Read by Nano Nagle

Blackstone Audio
Fiction

Nano Nagle delivers this story with confidence, helping to build tension and atmosphere. In modern-day Norway, Bergljot, long estranged from her family, starts to piece together her past and her struggle to be believed. What starts out as an apparent family feud over the inheritance of two lake cabins turns into something much darker. Nagle's strong characterization ensures... Read More

YOUR STORY, MY STORY

YOUR STORY, MY STORY

by Connie Palmen, Eileen J. Stevens {Trans.], Anna Asbury [Trans.] | Read by Guy Mott

Brilliance Audio
Fiction

Hearing Guy Mott narrate this heartrending stream-of-consciousness novel is like witnessing Ted Hughes, the poet himself, rising from the dead and disclosing his version of his legendary marriage to American poet Sylvia Plath. Mott's Ted speaks in a clear English accent, which shows traces of Ted's Yorkshire upbringing. The tone is confessional. The mood evoked is one of... Read More

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