I must have read it in the seventies or eighties, and I have no idea if it was a translation or not, and if so, what language it was in originally.
A man dies during an accident (in a scientific experiment? Not at all sure) and wakes up in somebody else's body in the future. Once there, the people around him don't believe him when he tries to explain, they think he's gone totally insane.
Then when he dies again, he again wakes up in somebody else's body, further in the future, and the same happens, over and over. In many cases, he commits suicide rather than waiting for his own death. Also, he always ends up in a situation where he's around someone who looks like his wife.
In the end he arrives in a time when medical science has progressed so far that they can actually confirm his story, and they even have some control over the process. But they can't send him back in time, they can only send him forward, explaining to him that when he reaches the end of time, he will go back to the beginning and will at last come out in his own era.
In the end, he does indeed return to his own time. Only one problem, his own body is dead, you know, killed by the accident that started it all. He wakes up in the body of his wife.