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... Her translation of All the Names won the 2000 Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize, while her translation of Death at Intervals, about a country where death ceases to exist, was published ... publishers Dedalus embarked on a series of new translations by Jull Costa of some of the major classics of Portuguese literature ... These include seven works by Eça de Queiroz Cousin Bazilio (1878, translation published 2003, funded by the Arts Council of England), The Tragedy of the Street of Flowers, The ...
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