List of translators

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This is primarily a list of notable translators. Large sublists have been split off to separate articles.

By text[edit]

By target language[edit]

Into Arabic[edit]

Into Albanian[edit]

Into Armenian[edit]

Into Azerbaijani (Azeri)[edit]

Into Bulgarian[edit]

Into Chinese[edit]

Into English[edit]

Into French[edit]

Into German[edit]

Into Greek[edit]

  • Yannis Livadas - the most productive translator concerning modern and postmodern English and American poetry in Greek

Into Hebrew[edit]

Into Hindi[edit]

  • Nirmal Verma - translated Karel Capek, Jiri Fried, Joseph Skoversky, Milan Kundera, Bohumil Hrabal[1]

Into Interlingua[edit]

Into Italian[edit]

  • Italo Calvino - translated Raymond Queneau's Les fleurs bleues (The Blue Flowers)
  • Ettore Capriolo - translated McLuhan, Camus, Rushdie
  • Eduardo De Filippo - translated Shakespeare's The Tempest into 18th century Neapolitan
  • Vincenzo Mantovani - translated works by William Faulkner, Henry Miller, Philip Roth, Salman Rushdie, Saul Bellow, Malcolm Lowry, Charles Bukowski, Isaac Asimov, Richard Ford, William Gaddis, John Updike, Norman Mailer, Bernard Malamud, Jerzy Kosinski and others
  • Grazyna Miller - translated Pope John Paul II's Roman Triptych: Meditations from Polish into Italian
  • Cesare Pavese - translated Melville, Dickens and others
  • Fernanda Pivano - translated works by Ernest Hemingway, Edgar Lee Masters, Francis Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Thornton Wilder, Allen Ginsberg, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Gregory Corso and many other English-language authors
  • Elio Vittorini - translated works by Ernest Hemingway, William Saroyan, John Steinbeck, Erskine Caldwell, William Faulkner, D.H. Lawrence and Edgar Allan Poe

Into Japanese[edit]

Into Juhuri[edit]

Into Latin[edit]

Into Persian[edit]

Into Polish[edit]

Into Portuguese[edit]

Into Russian[edit]

Into Spanish[edit]

Into Swahili[edit]

Into Swedish[edit]

Into Luganda[edit]


(Authors who translated their own work into other languages)

See also[edit]