Margaret Jull Costa


Margaret Jull Costa has translated the works of many Spanish and Portuguese writers. She won the Portuguese Translation Prize for The Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa in 1992 and for The Word Tree by Teolinda Gersao in 2012, and her translations of Eca de Queiroz's novels The Relic(1996) and The City and the Mountains(2009) were shortlisted for the prize; with Javier Marias, she won the 1997 International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award for A Heart So White, and, in 2000, she won the Weidenfeld Prize for Jose Saramago's All the Names.In 2008 she won the Pen Book-of-the Month-Club Prize and The


The Prodigious Physician

Jorge De Sena


The Adventures of the Ingenious Alfanhui

Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio


Cousin Bazilio

Eca De Queiroz


His Only Son: With Dona Berta

Leopoldo Alas


Helena, or the Sea in Summer

First Last and Julian Ayesta


Alves and Co: And Other Stories

Eca de Queiroz


The Mystery of the Sintra Road

Ramalho Ortigao and Eca de Queiroz


Madrid Tales



Benito Perez Galdos


On the Edge

Rafael Chirbes


The Illustrious House of Ramires

José Maria de Eça de Queirós


Memoirs of a Basque Cow

Bernardo Atxaga


The Girl from the Sea & Other Stories

Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen


The Books That Devoured My Father

Afonso Cruz


The Posthumous Memoirs of Brás Cubas

Joaquim Maria Machado De Assis


An English Family

Julio Dinis


The Relic

Jose Maria Eca De Queiroz