Gaddis-Rose, Marilyn

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GADDIS-ROSE, Marilyn

GADDIS-ROSE, Marilyn. American, b. 1930. Genres: Biography, Translations. Career: Distinguished Service Prof. of Comparative Literature, and Dir., Translation Research and Instruction Prog., State Univ. of New York at Binghamton, since 1968. Managing Ed., Translation Perspectives, since 1984, and American Translators Assn. Series, 1987-98. Recipient, American Translators Assn. Gode Medal, 1988, Special Service Award, 1995. Publications: Julian Green, 1971; Jack B. Yeats, 1972; Katharine Tynan, 1973; (ed.) Translation in the Humanities, 1977; Translation Spectrum, 1980. TRANSLATOR: V. de l'Isle-Adam, Axel, 1971; V. de l'Isle-Adam, Eve of the Future Eden, 1981; Louise Colet, Lui: A View of Him, 1986; (and reviser) J. Green, Adrienne Mesurat, 1991; C.A. Sainte-Beuve, Volupte, the Sensual Man, 1995. Address: 4 Johnson Ave, Binghamton, NY 13905, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]