Anne Milano Appel is an American translator of Italian literature. She obtained a doctorate in Romance languages from Rutgers University in 1970. She has translated, among others, works by Claudio Magris, Paolo Giordano, Giovanni Arpino and Goliarda Sapienza. She was awarded the John Florio Prize in 2012 for her translation of Arpino's Scent of a Woman. She is also working on English translations of Giordano’s Like Family (December 2015, Pamela Dorman Books/Viking), Syrian Dust by Francesca Borri (March 2016, Seven Stories Press) and Don't Tell Me You're Afraid by Giuseppe Catozzella (August 2016, Penguin Press)
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