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Anne McLean

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Anne McLean

Anne McLean studied history in London, Ontario, and literary translation in London, England, and now lives in Toronto, where she translates Latin American and Spanish novels, short stories, memoirs, and other writings by authors including Héctor Abad, Javier Cercas, Julio Cortázar, and Juan Gabriel Vásquez....

Her most recent translations are Until August by Gabriel García Márquez (Knopf) and a co-translation with Victor Meadowcroft of Evelio Rosero’s Way Far Away (New Directions).

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