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Festival Spotlight: Ann Goldstein, Translator in the News

Two of the first writers that Ann Goldstein translated from the Italian stand like bookends to a prodigious body of work, encompassing the sacred and the profane: Pope John Paul II and Pier Paolo Pasolini. Ann, a senior editor at The New Yorker who is also the head of the copy department, has been at this now for about thirty years, since shortly after we started an Italian class at the office (which continues to this day).
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