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Czech poet, lexicographer, translator, collector of regional songs, writer and roman catholic priestwd:Q5492507
language of expression: Italian
occupation: writer, linguist, musicologist, poet, translator, Catholic priest
Frantisek Doucha (31 August 1810 – 3 November 1884) was one of the most famous Czech literary translators and writers. He was among the most prolific translators of the century, translating works from 14 different languages. His name is often associated with many Shakespearian translations into the Czech language. He lived in Petrovice.
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