John Ridland

Genre: Poetry, Poetry Translation
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John Ridland, PhD, taught English at the University of California, Santa Barbara, for forty-three years. His publications include A Brahms Card Ballad, first published in Hungarian translation, Happy in an Ordinary Thing, and a book-length translation of Petöfi’s John the Valiant. With Dr. Peter Czipott, Dr. Ridland has translated several other Hungarian poets, including Sándor Márai’s The Withering World (Alma Classics, 2013) and Miklos Rádnoti’s All That Still Matters at All (New American Press, 2014). In 2014 Askew Publications issued his epic poem, A. Lincolniad.

Books by This Author: 
TITLE AUTHOR COVER
Pearl: A New Verse Translation in Modern English
By Anonymous, Translated by John Ridland
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight - A Modern English Translation
By Anonymous, Translated by John Ridland

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