Samuel Koteliansky

Samuel Solomonovich Koteliansky (Самуил Соломонович Котелянский) was a Russian-born British translator. He made the transition from his origins in a small Jewish shtetl to distinction in the rarefied world of English letters. Although he was not a creative writer himself, he befriended, corresponded with, helped publish, and otherwise served as intermediary between some of the most prominent people in English literary life in the early twentieth century.
years of life: 28 February 1880 21 January 1955

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Ирина Осипенкоhas quoted2 years ago
After that your mother and grandma came into the room, pretending to look for something. Then they would shake their heads and begin to talk of the bad boys who grow up without minding their elders, and whom nobody loves because of that
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