Andrei Bantas

Biografie şi Bibliografie

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Andrei Bantaş (b. November 30, 1930 – d. 1997) was a Romanian dictionary author, translator and teacher. He was Professor of English language and literature at the University of Bucharest, Romania.

Together with Leon Leviţchi he is one of the best known authors of English/Romanian dictionaries.

The Andrei Bantaş Translation Prize is named after him.

He is the author of "Didactica traducerii" (The Didactics of Translation).

Some of the books which he translated are:

          o Ioan Flora, ""Cincizeci de romane si alte utopii"" / Fifty Novels and Other Utopias, trans. Andrei Bantaş and Richard Collins (Bucharest: Editura Eminescu, 1996).
          o Charles Dickens - Viaţa Mântuitorului nostru Iisus Hristos (The Life of Our Lord)
          o Arthur Koestler- Al treisprezecelea trib: Khazarii (The Thirteenth Tribe: The Khazar Empire and Its Heritage)
          o Samuel Butler- Şi tu vei fi ţărână
          o W. Somerset Maugham- Plăcerile vieţii (Of Human Bondage)
          o D. H. Lawrence- Omul care murise (The Man Who Died)
          o Oscar Wilde- Toate povestirile

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