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Irina Morduch

Irina Morduch

Irina Morduch, along with Sonia Pitt-Rivers, was the translator or Marguerita Duras’s The Garden Square.

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Sonia Pitt-Rivers

Sonia Pitt-Rivers

Sonia Pitt-Rivers, along with Irina Morduch, was the translator or Marguerita Duras's The Garden Square.

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Felicity Firth, Robert Rietti and John Wardle, Bruce Penman, Carlo Ardito

Felicity Firth, Robert Rietti and John Wardle, Bruce Penman, Carlo Ardito

Felicity Firth, Robert Rietti, John Wardle, Bruce Penman and Carlo Ardito are the translators for Luigi Pirandello's Six Plays.

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Derek Prouse

Derek Prouse

Derek Prouse, along with Donald Watson, is the translator of Ionesco's Bérenger Plays.

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Donald Watson

Donald Watson

Donald Watson, along with Derek Prouse, is the translator of Ionesco's Bérenger Plays.

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Edward Lear

Edward Lear

Edward Lear (1812–88) was an English painter and writer known primarily for his nonsense verse and for popularizing the limerick. His poem ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ remains one of the nation’s favourites. An intrepid traveller, Lear explored Syria, Egypt and India, among many other places. He published three volumes of bird and animal drawings, seven illustrated travel books and four books of nonsense.

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Geoffrey Chaucer

Geoffrey Chaucer

Considered the father of English literature, Geoffrey Chaucer (c.1340–1400) led a fascinating life that included being imprisoned and ransomed in France and embarking on a host of diplomatic missions that took him across Europe and exposed him to new literary influences. Best known for Troilus and Criseyde and The Canterbury Tales, Geoffrey Chaucer was the first poet to be buried in Westminster Abbey.

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