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Aris Fioretos
The author of several works of fiction and scholarship in his native Sweden, Aris Fioretos most recently published Sanningen om Sascha Knisch (2002), a novel set in Berlin in 1928. Among his books in English are Word Traces: Readings of Paul Celan (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994) and The Solid Letter: Readings of Friedrich Hölderlin (Stanford University Press, 1999), as well as the literary essay The Gray Book (Stanford University Press, 1999). His work has appeared in numerous journals and periodicals on both sides of the Atlantic, and many of his books are currently being translated into other languages. The Swedish translator of Paul Auster, Friedrich Hölderlin and Vladimir Nabokov, among others, Mr. Fioretos is the recipient of several awards, among them the Karl Ragnar Gierow Prize of the Swedish Academy, as well as fellowships from the Getty Center, the American Academy in Berlin and All Souls College, Oxford. He holds advanced degrees from Yale University and the University of Stockholm



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