Use our Interlinear bilingual translation to read the famous folk tale Marya Morevna (also known in English speaking countries as ‘The Death of Koschei the Deathless’) entirely in its original Russian language. This provides not only good Russian practice, but also an excellent introduction into Russian folk tales (where things happen thrice, and magic accompanies scenes of violence, depictions of family life and Russian values.
Learn more about the our eight Interlinear book in Portuguese: Portuguese to English Interlinear translation of “The Alienist” (“O Alienista”) by the famous Brazilian writer Machado de Assis. Machado de Assis is very well known in Brazil, but he is not very known in the rest of the world. And that is a real shame, because "The Alienist" is arguably one of the most fun stories in Brazilian literature.
Find out more about our newest Interlinear release – the Greek Interlinear story ‘The Clockmaster’ by a contemporary Greek author Roubina Gouyoumtzian. The interesting part about this release is that Roubina has selected a number of short stories just for this Interlinear release. In the book, she explores some of her usual topics of humans, time and death. However, there are some hidden surprises in this set of short stories, and a particularly unexpected plot twist.
News about our next Interlinear release – the book ‘A Simple Heart’ by Gustave Flaubert, who is one of the most famous writers of all Western literature. This book helps you introduce yourself to French, and it also provides you a great example of the ethos in XIXth century France.
Find out about our Interlinear translation in Spanish of ‘The Colloquy of the Dogs’ by Cervantes – the author of Don Quixote. This story, probably Cervantes’ second best-known work, gives a very interesting view on the Spanish society at that time through the eyes of two dogs. Moreover, it is the first major work in Western literature that involves… talking dogs. All of it is now readable with Interlinear.
Read more about our Russian Interlinear translation of ‘The Death of Ivan Ilyich’ by none other but Tolstoy himself. Tolstoy’s masterful writing style shines through in this outstanding fable about a man’s life, viewed from the perspective of when it’s too late. Too late for the protagonist. But what can you learn from the story?
Gregor Samsa wakes up one morning turned into an enormous ‘kind of a monstrous vermin’. Such is the beginning of our German to English Interlinear book translation of the Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka – considered to be among the most important stories of the XX-th century. Find out more about the book and our translation.