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David McDuff, a Scottish publicist, was born in Sale, Cheshire, England
in 1945. He attended the University of Edinburgh, where he studied German
and Russian. After living for some time in the Soviet Union, Denmark, Iceland,
and the United States, he eventually settled in the United Kingdom, where
he worked for several years as a co-editor of the literary magazine Stand.
He then moved to London, where he began his career as a literary translator.
His translations include both foreign poetry and prose, including poems
by Joseph Brodsky and Tomas Venclova.
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