Yuliana Yakovlevna Yakhnina ( March 6, 1928 , Moscow - August 4, 2004 , ibid.) - Russian translator and literary critic .
|Juliana Yakovlevna Yakhnina|
|Date of Birth||March 6, 1928|
|Place of Birth||Moscow , USSR|
|Date of death||August 4, 2004 (aged 76)|
|A place of death||Moscow , Russia|
|Occupation||translator , literary critic|
|Language of Works||Russian|
- 1 Biography
- 2 Works
- 2.1 Translations
- 3 Recognition
- 4 notes
- 5 Links
Niece Julia Martova (mother, Evgenia I. Cederbaum, 1892-1979, was a sister to Yu.O. Martov). [one]
She graduated from Moscow State University. M.V. Lomonosov ( 1950 ). Member of the Union of Writers of the USSR ( 1968 ).
Translated from French , Swedish , Norwegian and Danish . The main translation works are “Memoirs” by Cardinal de Retz , prose and journalism by Andre Morois , Jean-Paul Sartre (“ Words ”, “Nausea”), Marguerite Jursenard , Francoise Sagan (“Hello, sadness!”), Michel Butor , Philippe Sollers , Michelle Tournier , Patrick Modiano , Hans Christian Andersen , Knut Hamsun , Johan Borgen , August Strindberg , Herman Bang , Karen Blixen , Sigrid Unset , Aivind Younson , Hans Christian Branner , Peer Catch Enquist and others.
She led a translation workshop, worked a lot with young translators.
An urn with ashes was buried in the columbarium of the Novodevichy cemetery (section 108).
- Siegsgard I. Palle alone in the world . M., 1957. In collaboration with V. Ostrovsky.
- Sartre J.-P. The words. M., 1966.
- Perryusho A. Life of Van Gogh. M., 1973. In collaboration with S. Tarkhanova.
- Curtis J.-L. Thinking reed. M., 1975. In collaboration with Yu. Lungina.
- Merle R. Malville. M., 1977. In collaboration with G. Safronova.
- Perryusho A. Paul Gauguin. M., 1979.
- Perryusho A. Renoir's Life. M., 1979. In collaboration with S. Tarkhanova.
- Muberg V. Your term on earth. M., 1981.
- Leklesio J.-M.-G. Desert. M., 1984.
Winner of the prize of the journal "Foreign Literature" (1989) for the translation of the novel by J.-P. Sartre's “Nausea,” the Maurice Waxmacher Prize (1997) for translating Cardinal de Reetz 's Memoirs, and the Swedish Academy Prize for his contribution to the translation of Swedish literature. Commander of the Order of the North Star (2002).