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A moving and memorable autobiographical account of a young woman’s voyage of rediscovery into the mountains she visited so often as a child. Now grown and travelling with her partner, past and present collide to create an impressive and engrossing meditation on love and childhood, nostalgia and hope. Multiple journeys take place simultaneously — spatially, temporally, interpersonally, internally — as the writer meditates on interior and exterior realms, human relationships to each other and the world, and the passage of time, in an enjoyably crafted and structured essay.
BREGJE HOFSTEDE is a writer and journalist, whose debut novel The Sky Above Paris has been translated into German and Danish and nominated for several literary prizes. She has gone on to publish essays, The Rediscovery of the Body, and the novel Drift. She is the correspondent for New Feminism at De Corresondent. For Verzet, Hofstede’s autobiographical essay Mountain, explores love and childhood, nostalgia and hope.
ALICE TETLEY-PAUL studied German and Dutch at the University of Sheffield, followed by an MA in Literary Translation at UEA. She is currently the Translator in Residence for New Dutch Writing. In September she publishes her co-translation of My Name Is Selma by Selma van der Perre, alongside co-translator, Anna Asbury.
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