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As per the procedure, surely thanks in part to her English-language translator Ann Goldstein Goldstein the head of the copy department at The New Yorker by day doesn’t know the true identity of the writer known as Elena Ferrante whose book The Story of the Lost Child was just released in English But Goldstein doesn’t necessarily need to interact with an author only the text Case in point: The Complete Works of Primo Levi which WW Norton’s Liveright imprint will soon publish and for which she translated three books Goldstein spoke with TIME about her work and the responsibility of being a translator TIME: What drew you to the Levi project Goldstein: Like most of my projects it happened by accident Or not by accident but Bob Weil the editor-in-chief of Liveright got this idea that he wanted to do the complete works of Primo Levi which is a very complex project So he started gathering English rights which were held in a multitude of places He spent about five years doing that Then he needed an editor He got to me through Henry Finder at The New Yorker We met and hit it off and he said "Lets do it" So I said "Okay lets do it" His original idea was to collect the existing translations into one big set But then when I started looking at them I realized two things: One that some of the translations were somewhat outdated; and two in English a lot of his works hadnt been published in the right wayhe wrote a lot of short stories and essays people had looked at the books as they were published in Italian and took maybe two thirds of them and then one from here and one from column C So it seemed like if we were going to do the complete works we had to [translate] the complete works What do you think is his most essential volume and what is your personal favorite I think in some ways The Periodic Table is my favorite and its not original to say this but in a way its the mostI hesitate to say representative because that makes it sound less amazing less dense less wonderful less richbut it is because it has all of the things that hes known for Its autobiographical it has history in it its got these imaginative science fiction its got the war and his experience at Auschwitz so its really got a little of everythingand its beautifully written How is translating Primo Levi different from translating Elena Ferrante Well its a big responsibility Because theres so much attention paid to him and because of the Auschwitz thing and the question of Levi as a witness as well as a writer there is a lot of pressure and responsibility Also because it had been translated before you sort of had to say to yourself Theres a reason that Im doing this And I didnt know Ferrante was going to get that much attention Compared to Ferrate Levi is a very different kind of writer The sentences are more organizedher sentences tend to follow her emotions His sentences I wouldnt say theyre not emotional but the emotions arent coming at you Theres something sort of balanced about his sentences that is not the case with her writing What is the hardest part of translating Ferrante That is the hardest thing about Ferrante To contain the emotion and keep if not the actual sentence structure but the flow in Italian Its really hard because in Italianthis is also true of Levi he loves to use pairs of words pairs of adjectives pairs of adverbs and sometimes in English it begins to sound heavy-handed even though in Italian it doesnt Italian has genders so their sentence structures are in a sense more flexible because you dont have to have the adjective right next to the noun you can have it before or after In English you cant move things around or be quite as flexible with the structure or you might have to make a new sentence Ferrante does write some run-on sentences and sometimes we follow that in English sometimes not But in Italian its not really like a run-on sentence Is there anything in the vocabulary that doesnt have the same feeling in English Italian has a lot of diminutives and increaserslike the word in the Ferrante stradone is a big street strada and I decided to keep it in the end because there was no good equivalent Somebody said once "Whats wrong with Broadway" I dont think so Italian also has the superlatives all those issimo words and youre not going to say "It was a very big very dark very large very sinister house" You cant do it whereas in Italian it kind of works How did you get involved in translating Ferrante The owners of the Italian publishing company Edizioni E/O decided that they wanted to start publishing books in America They had tried to sell Ferrante and she was rejected by many publishers So for many reasons E/O wanted to expand into America and the first book that they wanted to publish was The Days of Abandonment So they asked four or five translatorsI think they just got my name off the PEN websitefor samples And I won Have the publishers kept her identity secret from you Yes In the beginning if I had a question or something I wrote to them and they wrote to her In the last few years shes done a lot more interviews so she actually has an email address I think that if I wanted to I could write to her email address But because it started that way I kept it that way Have you received feedback from her Not really At some point she said “thank you” But not specific feedback she doesnt comment on the translations What has surprised you the most about the media coverage of Ferrante Of course its surprising for a translated book to get a lot of attention I guess [Karl Ove] Knausgrd started that I think one of the things that makes people so excited about the Ferrantes is that people want to talk about them I think thats kind of a great thing It must be one of the reasons that theyre so popular What are the most important principles of translation I tend to be kind of literal about translation I think its important to present the writer as closely as possible I [also] think it should read like English so its always a balancing act between the two things I think its important to be accurate on the level of the word but its also important to be accurate at the level of the sentence at the level of the paragraph Sometimes you lose sight of thatI remind myself to go back and read I might have this perfect sentence but then I go back and read the paragraph and say "Wait a minute Ive missed the meaning here" As the writer you can choose the word that seems best in terms of meaning nuance sound etc As the translator you are unlikely to find a word in your language that exactly matches so that you are always making a decision about which meaning or nuance to choose or emphasize over the others What are you reading now I tend to read books in Italian Right now Im rereading My Brilliant Friend I read a book by a writer called Agota Kristof The Illiterate Shes Hungarian but she writes in French Its about language basically Who would you most like to translate next Im working on a Pier Paolo Pasolini novel Ragazzi di Vita; in English we’re calling it The Street Kids This interview has been edited and condensed Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsThe first question of Saturday night’s Democratic debate went straight to the recent controversy in the party allowing Vermont Sen Bernie Sanders to respond to the breach by his staff that allowed him to access Hillary Clinton’s voter data Sanders first offered background on the breach saying that two months ago his staff also found information on their computers from the Clinton campaign Sanders said that at the time “Our staffers said ‘Woah what’s going on here’ They went to the DNC quietly” That he added was “exactly the right thing” He then talked about the new data breach “In this case our staff did the wrong thing” Sanders said “They looked at that information As soon as we learned they looked at that information we fired that person” Sanders pivoted to the Democratic National Committee criticizing the group for its handling of the issue calling it an “egregious act” when the DNC “arbitrarily without discussing it with us… shut off our access to our own information crippling our campaign” Sanders has filed a federal lawsuit against the DNC The party has since allowed Sanders access to the data again After Sanders called on former Secretary of State Clinton to agree to a joint independent investigation into the matter he said he was sorry “I apologize Not only do I apologize to Secretary Clinton. Seeking a direction to the Ministry of Law and Justice and the Election Commission of India (ECI), but Hierro’s squad has given him their backing. He also suggested them to use a room in the administrative building for their protest instead of camping out in the open, had stepped down from the post.

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