"What moves the world" by Kirmen Uribe, one of the five best novels of 2015 in Japan

Euskara. Kultura. Mundura.

2015-12-28

The second novel Kirmen Uribe, What moves the world (Seix Barral), has been chosen as one of the five best novels published in Japan in 2015 by the literary weekly Hon no Zasshi.

The list includes novels by local and international authors as David Mitchell, Michel Houellebecq or Kazuo Ishiguro. What moves the world was published in November by Hakusui Sha and translated from Basque language by Nami Kaneko.

The novel was released in China and Japan in early December with the help of the Etxepare Basque Institute, with a large amount of readers and really good reviews.

The list includes:

 2. The Magician on the Footbridge (Wu Ming-yi, Taiwan)

3. The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet  (David Mitchell, UK)

5. Mussche (Kirmen Uribe)

6. The Buried Giant (Kazuo Ishiguro, RU)

7. Soumission (Michel Houellebecq, France)

The second novel Kirmen Uribe, What moves the world (Seix Barral), has been chosen as one of the five best novels published in Japan in 2015 by the literary weekly Hon no Zasshi.

The list includes novels by local and international authors as David Mitchell, Michel Houellebecq or Kazuo Ishiguro. What moves the world was published in November by Hakusui Sha and translated from Basque language by Nami Kaneko.

The novel was released in China and Japan in early December with the help of the Etxepare Basque Institute, with a large amount of readers and really good reviews.

The list includes:

 2. The Magician on the Footbridge (Wu Ming-yi, Taiwan)

3. The Thousand Autumns of Jacob De Zoet  (David Mitchell, UK)

5. Mussche (Kirmen Uribe)

6. The Buried Giant (Kazuo Ishiguro, RU)

7. Soumission (Michel Houellebecq, France)

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