LENARD, Alexander 1910-1972, OBITUARY NOTICE

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Born: March 9, 1910, in Budapest, Hungary; died April 14, 1972, in Brazil.
Translator and author, best known for his Latin translation of Winnie the Pooh, entitled Winnie Ille Pu.
Lenard also translated Francoise Sagan's Bonjour Tristesse into Latin and wrote several volumes of poetry in both German and Italian. He contributed articles on medical subjects to numerous international publications. Obituaries and other sources: New York Times, May 3, 1972; AB Bookman's Weekly, May 15, 1972.


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