The Translator is a suspenseful, harrowing, and deeply moving memoir of how one person has made a difference in the world–an on-the-ground account of one of the biggest stories of our time. Using his high school knowledge of languages as his weapon–while others around him were taking up arms–Daoud Hari has helped inform the world about Darfur.
Random House – Includes Information about the Book and Discussion Questions
The Independent (UK) – “The Translator, By Daoud Hari” by Daniel Hahn
The Sunday Times (UK) – “Tribesman Tells of Risks He Took As a Translator in Darfur” by Matthew Campbell
More information on Darfur:
The New York Times – Current and archival coverage from The New York Times.
BBC – Q&A: Sudan’s Darfur Conflict
Darfurian Voices – a project of the nonprofit organization 24 Hours for Darfur.
Book – Darfur: A 21st Century Genocide by Gérard Prunier
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