Translators of William Shakespeare

2017-08-01T14:08:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Gala Galaction, Jaroslav Vrchlický, Josef Kajetán Tyl, Josef Jiří Kolár, Torkom Manoogian, Carl Abel, Mărgărita Miller-Verghy, Ramachandra Deva, Ion Vinea, Tsuneari Fukuda, Leon Levițchi, Dan Duțescu, Johannes Sløk, Haralamb Lecca, Carl August Hagberg, František Doucha, Păstorel Teodoreanu, Cankurd, Eduard Wilhelm Sievers, Miroslav Macek, Johann Joachim Eschenburg, François-Victor Hugo, Mark O'Connor (poet), Martin Hilský, Dorothea Tieck flashcards Translators of William Shakespeare
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  • Gala Galaction
    Gala Galaction (IPA: /'ga.la ga.lak.ti'on/; the pen name of Grigore or Grigorie Pișculescu; April 16, 1879—March 8, 1961) was a Romanian Orthodox clergyman and theologian, writer, journalist, left-wing activist, as well as a political figure of the People's Republic of Romania.
  • Jaroslav Vrchlický
    Jaroslav Vrchlický (Czech pronunciation: [ˈjaroslaf ˈvr̩xlɪtskiː]; 17 February 1853 in Louny, Bohemia – 9 September 1912 in Domažlice) was one of the greatest Czech lyrical poets.
  • Josef Kajetán Tyl
    Josef Kajetán Tyl (4 February 1808 – 11 July 1856; Czech pronunciation: [ˈjɔzɛf ˈkajɛtaːn ˈtɪl]) was a significant Czech dramatist, writer and actor.
  • Josef Jiří Kolár
    Josef Jiří Kolár (9 February 1812 – 31 January 1896) was a Czech theatrical actor, director, translator, and writer.
  • Torkom Manoogian
    Patriarch Torkom Manoogian (Armenian: Թորգոմ Մանուկեան, Hebrew: טורקום מנוגיאן‎‎; 16 February 1919 – 12 October 2012) was the Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem serving the Armenian Patriarchate of Jerusalem as Archbishop under the authority of the Catholicos of Armenia and of all Armenians of the Armenian Apostolic Church.
  • Carl Abel
    Carl Abel (25 November 1837 – 26 November 1906) was a German comparative philologist from Berlin who wrote Linguistic Essays in 1880.
  • Mărgărita Miller-Verghy
    Mărgărita Miller-Verghy (Romanian pronunciation: [mərɡəˈrita ˈmiler ˈverɡi]; first name also Margareta, surname also Miller-Verghi, Miller-Vergy; full name also Marg. M-V.; January 1, 1865 – December 31, 1953) was a Romanian socialite and author, also known as a schoolteacher, journalist, critic and translator.
  • Ramachandra Deva
    Ramachandra Deva (Ramachandrayya Deva) was a Kannada poet, writer and playwright who wrote many dramas.
  • Ion Vinea
    Ion Vinea (born Ioan Eugen Iovanaki, sometimes Iovanache; April 17, 1895 – July 6, 1964) was a Romanian poet, novelist, journalist, literary theorist, and political figure.
  • Tsuneari Fukuda
    Tsuneari Fukuda (福田 恆存 Fukuda Tsuneari, 1912 – 1994) was a Japanese dramatist, translator, and literary critic.
  • Leon Levițchi
    Leon Levițchi (27 August 1918, Edineț, Hotin County, Kingdom of Romania – 16 October 1991, Bucharest) was a Romanian philologist and translator who specialised in the study of the English language and literature.
  • Dan Duțescu
    Dan Duţescu (21 October 1918 – 26 September 1992) was a professor of English language and literature at the University of Bucharest, Romania, and a member of the Romanian Writers' Union.
  • Johannes Sløk
    Johannes Sløk (April 27, 1916, Frederiksberg – June 30, 2001) was a Danish philosopher, professor at the University of Aarhus and founder of "Idéhistorie" (History of Ideas), an interdisciplinary discipline mainly about writings pertaining to the ideas of Western culture since Antiquity.
  • Haralamb Lecca
    Haralamb George Lecca (also known as Haralamb Leca, Har. Lecca, or Haralambie Lecca; February 23 [O.S. February 10] 1873 – March 9, 1920) was a Romanian poet, playwright and translator, grandson of artist Constantin Lecca and brother of genealogist Octav-George Lecca, as well as nephew and rival of writer Ion Luca Caragiale.
  • Carl August Hagberg
    Carl August Hagberg (7 July 1810 – 9 January 1864), was a Swedish linguist and translator.
  • František Doucha
    Frantisek Doucha (August 31, 1810 – November 3, 1884) was one of the most famous Czech literary translators and writers.
  • Păstorel Teodoreanu
    Păstorel Teodoreanu, or just Păstorel (born Alexandru Osvald (Al. O.) Teodoreanu; July 30, 1894 – March 17, 1964), was a Romanian humorist, poet and gastronome, the brother of novelist Ionel Teodoreanu and brother in law of writer Ștefana Velisar Teodoreanu.
  • Cankurd
    Cankurd, (born 1948 in Maydan), is a contemporary Kurdish poet and writer.
  • Eduard Wilhelm Sievers
    Eduard Wilhelm Sievers, born March 19, 1820 in Hamburg, died December 9, 1894 in Gotha, was a German Shakespeare scholar and professor in Gotha.
  • Miroslav Macek
    Miroslav Macek (born 7 December 1944 in Litomyšl, Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia) is a politician and former deputy prime minister of the Czech Republic.
  • Johann Joachim Eschenburg
    Johann Joachim Eschenburg (7 December 1743 – 29 February 1820) was a German critic and literary historian.
  • François-Victor Hugo
    François-Victor Hugo (28 October 1828 – 26 December 1873) was the fourth of five children of French novelist Victor Hugo and his wife Adèle Foucher.
  • Mark O'Connor (poet)
    Mark O'Connor (born 19 March 1945) is an Australian poet, writer, and environmental activist.
  • Martin Hilský
    Prof. Martin Hilský (born 8 April 1943 in Prague) is a professor of English literature at Charles University in Prague and a translator.
  • Dorothea Tieck
    Dorothea Tieck (March 1799 – 21 February 1841) was a German translator, known particularly for her translations of William Shakespeare.