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Edith Grossman

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Edith Grossman

Edith Grossman has been a professional translator since 1972, and a full-time translator since 1990. Her translations of writers such as Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, and Carlos Fuentes are contemporary classics. Her translation of Don Quixote is widely considered a masterpiece. Currently a Guggenheim Fellow, she lives in New York.

Articles by Edith Grossman

from “Why Translation Matters”
By Edith Grossman
Why translation matters: the subject is so huge, so complex, and so dear to my heart that I have decided to begin my approach to it by answering the implicit question with another question, using the…
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