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Edouard Roditi, who has been called "the Pharoah of Eclecticism," writes in both French and English and has translated from eight other languages. He las lived more than half his life in Paris. In addition to penning his twenty-five published volumes of poetry, fiction, criticism, and translation, he has worked as a simultaneous language translator for the United Nations, and as an art and literary critic and has been a guest professor at a number of American universities.