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recently published articles include: “The Translation of Irony in Jonathan Coe's
The Terrible Privacy of Maxwell Sim” (2014) and “The Reception of Irony in
Literary Translation.” (2015).
George Volceanov is Associate Professor of English Literature at Spiru Haret
University in Bucharest and a distinguished lexicographer, translator and editor.
He has translated more than sixty books from English and Hungarian into
Romanian (JohnUpdike, Gore Vidal, David Lodge, Anthony Burgess, Philip