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Marjan Strojan

Marjan Strojan was born in 1949 in Slovenia; he has published six volumes of poetry and many translations, among them Beowulf, Paradise Lost and a selection of Robert Frost's poetry. His Slovenian Anthology of English Poetry, an eighteen thousand lines collection from Caedmon to Lavinia Greenlaw, was the first of its kind in the language.

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