Jewish Studies

Wilhelm Raabe, German Moonlight / Höxter and Corvey / At the Sign of the Wild Man
Translated by Alison E. Martin, Erich Lehmann, and Michael Ritterson1 April 2012


Gender and sexuality

In Defence of Women
Translated by Joanna M. Barker13 August 2018


Rustico Filippi (1230-99), Italian poet

Rustico Filippi, The Art of Insult
Translated by Fabian Alfie18 November 2014


Anne-Marie-Louise, duchesse de Montpensier (1627-93), French memoirist

Memoirs of Mademoiselle de Montpensier (La Grande Mademoiselle)
Translated by P. J. Yarrow with the collaboration of William Brooks20 December 2010


Fougeret de Monbron (1706-1760), French writer

Fougeret de Monbron, Margot la ravaudeuse
Translated by Édouard Langille3 August 2015


Rétif de la Bretonne (1734-1806), French novelist

Rétif de la Bretonne, Ingénue Saxancour; or, The Wife Separated from Her Husband
Translated by Mary S. Trouille28 February 2017


Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), German writer

Goethe, The Natural Daughter; Schiller, The Bride of Messina
Translated by F. J. Lamport4 May 2018


Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller (1759-1805), German poet

Goethe, The Natural Daughter; Schiller, The Bride of Messina
Translated by F. J. Lamport4 May 2018


Wilhelm Raabe (1831-1910), German novelist

Wilhelm Raabe, German Moonlight / Höxter and Corvey / At the Sign of the Wild Man
Translated by Alison E. Martin, Erich Lehmann, and Michael Ritterson1 April 2012

Wilhelm Raabe, The Birdsong Papers
Translated by Michael Ritterson1 October 2013


Júlio Ribeiro (1845-1890), Portuguese novelist

Flesh, by Júlio Ribeiro
Translated by William Barne22 August 2011


Ramón Maria del Valle-Inclán (1866–1936), Spanish playwright and novelist

Ramón María del Valle Inclán, Savage Comedies
Translated and edited by Christopher Colbath and Luis M. González 31 January 2022


Anna Franchi (1867-1954), Italian novelist

Anna Franchi, Bring in Divorce
Translated by Lucy Hosker 


André Gide (1869-1951), French novelist

André Gide, Arbitrariness: a Critical Guide
Translated by Elizabeth J. Rush 


Hugo von Hofmannsthal (1874-1925), Austrian writer

Hugo von Hofmannsthal, An Impossible Man
Translated by Alexander Stillmark1 August 2016

Hugo von Hofmannsthal, The Incorruptible Servant
Translated by Alexander Stillmark 31 December 2021


Georg Kaiser (1878-1945), German playwright

Georg Kaiser, After Expressionism: Five Plays
Translated by Fred Bridgham1 May 2016


Corín Tellado (1927-2009), Spanish novelist

Corín Tellado, Thursdays with Leila
Translated by Duncan Wheeler, with an introduction by Diana Holmes and Duncan Wheeler, and a prologue by Mario Vargas Llosa15 November 2016


Pablo Messiez (1974-), Argentinean playwright

Pablo Messiez, The Eyes
Translated by María Bastianes and Alma Prelec 30 June 2022