Annapaola Cancogni, 48, a teacher, writer and translator...

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January 18, 1993

Annapaola Cancogni, 48, a teacher, writer and translator of French and Italian works into English, died of cancer Wednesday at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City. Her translations included Umberto Eco's "Open Work and Other Essays" (1989), Annie Cohen-Solal's "Sartre" (1987), Raymond Radiguet's "Count d'Orgel's Ball" (1989), Francesca Duranti's "Happy Ending" (1990) and Annette Kahn's "Why My Father Died: The Trial of Klaus Barbie" (1991).

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