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William Rodarmor

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William Rodarmor (1942–) is a veteran French literary translator in Berkeley, California. He recently translated The Last King of the Jews, by Jean-Claude Lattès (Open Road, 2014), and The Yellow Eyes of Crocodiles, by Katherine Pancol (Penguin, 2013), and was a fellow at the Banff International Literary Translation Centre. He served as a Russian linguist in the Army Security Agency and worked as a French interpreter for the U.S. State Department.

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