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Translator Behind Elena Ferrante Novels Says Her Job Is To Be An 'Enabler'
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Jhumpa Lahiri Finds Freedom In Italian Memoir: 'No One Expected Me To Do It'
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Italian Crime Novels Make An International Splash
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