We would like to congratulate everyone with the New Year! Mindful of the fact that reading, especially in foreign languages, is a great thing to have in your new year resolutions, we’re listing some of our most successful stories of last year:
- Russian: Tolstoy’s Best Quotations – selected quotations by none other than one of the greatest writers in Russian literature Leo Tolstoy (whose book we have also translated, by the way);
- Latin: Interlinear translation of Aesop’s fable, which we have revived after years of oblivion;
- Russian: Pushkin’s poem The Monument – according to Professor Catriona Kelly (New College; Oxford University), this poem raises seven themes of universal resonance in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian culture.
- Danish: Emperor’s New Clothes – a tale by Hans Christian Andersen that probably every child knows;
German: Rumpelstiltskin – one of the most famous fairy tales of all times, by the Grimm brothers.
And, of course, check out our full Interlinear books on our site – a great way to start the New Year!
- Digest of our Free Interlinear stories on the Blog
- Pushkin’s Poem ‘Monument’ – Representative of Russian literature – in Interlinear translation
- 5 Russian Books to Cheat Your Way into the Russian Literature
- New Interlinear Translation from Russian: “The Death of Ivan Ilyich” by Leo Tolstoy
- Releasing the Spanish Interlinear Translation of “The Colloquy of The Dogs” by Cervantes, the Father of Modern Spanish Literature