Thomas William Parsons
Thomas William Parsons (August 18, 1819, Boston – September 3, 1892, Scituate, Massachusetts) was an American dentist and poet.Parsons was educated at the Boston Latin School, and visited Italy to stu...
Ruth Feldman
Ruth Feldman (1911 Liverpool, Ohio – January 11, 2003) was an American poet and translator.
Her father died when she was young and her mother when she was just 17. She lived with her brothe...
Mark Musa
Mark Louis Musa (1934–December 31, 2014) was a translator and scholar of Italian literature. Musa was a graduate of Rutgers University (B.A., 1956), the University of Florence (as Fulbright Scholar 19...
Thomas Hoby
Sir Thomas Hoby (1530–1566) was an English diplomat and translator. He was born in 1530, the second son of William Hoby of Leominster, Herefordshire, by his second wife, Katherine, daughter of John F...
Salvator Attanasio
Salvator Attanasio (September 9, 1913 – June 3, 1993) was an American literary translator, who translated over 200 works of literature, history and philosophy.Attanasio translated the autobiographies ...
Robert M. Durling
Robert M. Durling is an American scholar and translator, known for his translations of Petrarch's Rime Sparse and (with Ronald Martinez) of Dante Alighieri's Divine Comedy. He is professor emeritus of...
John Gunn (writer)
John Gunn (c.1765–c.1824) was a Scottish cellist, writer on music, and professor.
Gunn taught violoncello and flute in Cambridge. From 1789 he was in London for several years, making studies in la...
Frank Judge
Frank Judge is an American poet, publisher, translator, journalist, film critic, teacher, and arts administrator. His work has appeared in numerous literary journals, including New Directions, The Gre...
Linda White Mazini Villari
Linda White Mazini Villari (née White) (1836–1915) was an author and translator. She translated many of the works of her second husband, Pasquale Villari, into English. She was the widow of Vice...
Francesca Alexander
Francesca Alexander (February 27, 1837 – January 21, 1917), born Esther Francesca Alexander and also known as Fanny Alexander, was an American illustrator, author, and translator from the Italian.She ...
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George Bull (journalist)
George Bull OBE KCSG (23 August 1929 - 6 April 2001) was an English translator, author and journalist.
Bull read History at Brasenose College, Oxford.
Frances Winwar
Frances Winwar (3 May 1900 – 24 July 1985), was an Italian/American biographer, translator, and fiction writer.Winwar was born Francesca Vinciguerra in Taormina, Sicily and came to the United States t...
Henry Francis Cary
Rev. Henry Francis Cary (6 December 1772 – 14 August 1844) was a British author and translator, best known for his blank verse translation of The Divine Comedy of Dante.
Henry Francis Cary was bor...
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Geoffrey Brock
Geoffrey Brock (born 1964) is an American poet and translator.
He received a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Florida in 1998. He also holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from the Un...
Lawrence Venuti
Lawrence Venuti (born 1953) is an American translation theorist, translation historian, and a translator from Italian, French, and Catalan.
Born in Philadelphia, Venuti graduated from Temple Unive...
Alfred Elwes
Alfred Elwes (1819–1888) was a nineteenth-century British author of children's literature, academic, philologist, and occasional translator of French, Italian and Portuguese literature into English. H...
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Edward Fairfax
Edward Fairfax (1580? – 27 January 1635) was an English translator.
He was the natural son of Sir Thomas Fairfax the elder, of Denton in Yorkshire, and thus a half-brother of Sir Thomas Fair...
William Stewart Rose
William Stewart Rose (1775 - 1843) was a British poet and translator, son of George Rose, who held various Government offices, including that of Treasurer of the Navy. After being educated at Eton Col...
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Shaun Whiteside
Shaun Whiteside (born 1959) is a Northern Irish translator of French, Dutch, German, and Italian literature. He has translated many novels, including Manituana and Altai by Wu Ming, The Weekend by Ber...
Andrew Frisardi
Andrew Frisardi is an American writer, translator, and editor. Born in Boston, he grew up in Dedham, Massachusetts, and earned degrees from Boston University and Syracuse University. Since 1999, he ha...
Adria Bernardi
Adria Bernardi is an American novelist and translator.
Her work appears in Metamorphoses.She is on the faculty of the Warren Wilson College, and teaches at Clark University.
Eric Mosbacher
Eric Mosbacher (22 December 1903 – 2 July 1998) was an English journalist and translator from Italian, French, German and Spanish. He translated work by Ignazio Silone and Sigmund Freud.
Eric Mosb...
Patrick Barron (writer)
Patrick Barron (born 1968) is an American writer poet, and translator.
He graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno.He teaches at the University of Massachusetts Boston.He work appeared in Eco...
Clara de Chatelain
Clara de Chatelain, née Clara Du Mazet de Pontigny (31 July 1807, London – 30 June 1876, London) was an English writer, composer and translator. She wrote under pseudonyms which included Leopold Wray,...
Anne Bacon
Anne Bacon (née Cooke; 1527 or 1528 – 27 August 1610) was an English lady and scholar. She made a lasting contribution to English religious literature with her translation from Latin of John Jewel's A...
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Emanuel di Pasquale
Emanuel di Pasquale is an American poet and translator.
His work has appeared in The Journal of orgonomy American Poetry Review, Sewanee Review, New York Quarterly, New York Times.He lives in Brun...
Stephen Sartarelli
Stephen Sartarelli (born 1954 in Youngstown, Ohio) is an American poet and translator.
Sartarelli graduated from Antioch College and New York University. Specialized in translations from French an...
Anthony M. Esolen
Anthony M. Esolen is a professor of English at Providence College and translator of classic works, as well as writer for magazines including the Claremont Review of Books and Touchstone Magazine, of w...
Helen Zimmern
Helen Zimmern (25 March 1846 – 11 January 1934) was a German-British writer and translator.
Zimmern and her parents emigrated in 1850 to Britain, where her father became a Nottingham lace merchant...
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