Barbara Wright

After studying to be a pianist at the Royal College of Music in London, Barbara Wright (1915–2009) launched into a brilliant career as a translator from French. Among her many translations are her classic versions of Queneau’s Exercises in Style and of works by Duras, Robbe-Grillet, Tzara, Pinget, Sarraute and many other celebrated French writers of the twentieth century.

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