The John Florio Prize for Italian translation is a prize awarded by the Society of Authors, with the co-sponsorship of the British-Italian Society. Named after the Tudor Anglo-Italian writer-translator John Florio, the prize was established in 1963. Today it is awarded biannually for the best English translation of a full-length work of literary merit and general interest.

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  • The John Florio Prize for Italian translation is a prize awarded by the Society of Authors, with the co-sponsorship of the British-Italian Society. Named after the Tudor Anglo-Italian writer-translator John Florio, the prize was established in 1963. Today it is awarded biannually for the best English translation of a full-length work of literary merit and general interest. (en)
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  • The John Florio Prize for Italian translation is a prize awarded by the Society of Authors, with the co-sponsorship of the British-Italian Society. Named after the Tudor Anglo-Italian writer-translator John Florio, the prize was established in 1963. Today it is awarded biannually for the best English translation of a full-length work of literary merit and general interest. (en)
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  • John Florio Prize (en)
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