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If an author "name" includes an author and translator, please combine it with the author, not the translator. Thus "Dante, translated by Ciardi" should be combined with Dante Alighieri, not with John Ciardi.  And, of course, it's better still to list them separately as author and translator, instead of together as if they were a single entity.

John Ciardi wrote a science fiction story, The Hypnoglyph, as James Anthony. It appeared in an anthology named Science Fiction Stories.

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Disambiguation notice
If an author "name" includes an author and translator, please combine it with the author, not the translator. Thus "Dante, translated by Ciardi" should be combined with Dante Alighieri, not with John Ciardi.  And, of course, it's better still to list them separately as author and translator, instead of together as if they were a single entity.


John Ciardi wrote a science fiction story, The Hypnoglyph, as James Anthony. It appeared in an anthology named Science Fiction Stories.

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