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Paul Anthony Jagasich

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Two Faces of the English Channel by Professor Paul Jagasich

Paul Anthony Jagasich, PhD (born 30 March 1934 in Budapest, Hungary) is an American open water swimmer, author, and translator from Virginia.

Open Water Swimming Highlights[edit]

On 5 September 1987, he finished 2nd in the 12.8 km Boston Light Swim in 3 hours 15 minutes.

Publications[edit]

  • Two Faces of the English Channel (The Untold Story) in 1991
  • Dictionary of Oriental Lexical Elements in Hungarian, 1985
  • An Edition of a Portion of the Livro Primeiro das leys das Partidas de Castella (Folios 38-82), 1986
  • (contrib editor) Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review/Jaroslav Seifert Retrospective, 1986
  • (with T. O'Grady) Editor's Choice II, 1987
  • Four Honors Lectures, 1991
  • TRANSLATOR: (with T. O'Grady) J. Seifert, The Casting of Bells, 1983
  • (with T. O'Grady) J. Seifert, Mozart in Prague, 1985
  • (with T. O'Grady) J. Seifert, Eight Days, 1985
  • J. Seifert, Halley's Comet, 1987
  • (with T. O'Grady) The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review Anthology, 1975-1990, 1990
  • J. Seifert, My Cobwebbed Appletree, 1990
  • (with T. O'Grady) J. Seifert, Dressed in Light, 1990
  • J. Seifert, Song about Viktorka, 1991
  • J. Seifert, Three Poems (bilingual edition), 1991
  • J. Seifert, A Short Love Song about Ctirad and Sárka, 1991
  • J. Seifert, To Be a Poet, 1991
  • J. Seifert, Maminka, 1991
  • J. Seifert, The Nightingale Sings Out of Tune, 1991
  • J. Seifert, Bozena Nemcová's Fan, 1992
  • J. Seifert, Honeymoon Ride, 1992
  • J. Seifert, Starving Artist So Sees the World, 1992
  • J. Seifert, Over the Waves of TSF, 1992
  • J. Seifert, Only Love, 1994
  • E. Loest, Nikolaikirche, 2000
  • Contributor to books and periodicals

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