Buss, Robin (Caron)
BUSS, Robin (Caron)
BUSS, Robin (Caron). British, b. 1939. Genres: Poetry, Film, Translations. Career: British Foreign Office, London, England, research assistant, 1967-74; Woolwich College, London, lecturer in French, 1978-92; Independent on Sunday, critic, 1990-; freelance writer and translator, 1992-. Publications: The One-Way Glass (poems), 1971; Vigny: Chatterton, 1984; Cocteau: Les Enfants terribles, 1986; The French through Their Films, 1988; Italian Films, 1989; (ed. and author of intro. and notes) Stendhal, Lucien Leuwen, 1991; French Film Noir, 1994. TRANSLATOR: Marquis de Custine, Letters from Russia, 1991;Madame de Lafayette, The Princesse de Cleves, 1992; J. Cocteau, The Art of Cinema, 1992; H. de Balzac, Cesar Birotteau, 1994; A. Dumas, The Count of Monte-Cristo, 1996; J. Green, Stars of the South, 1996; J.-N. Liaut, Cover Girls and Supermodels, 1996; R. Bober, What News of the War?, 1998; E. Zola L'Assommoir, 2000; E. Zola, Au Bonheur des Dames, 2001; A. Camus, The Plague, 2001. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: 6, Park Place House, Park Vista, London SE10 9ND, England.