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Liviu Campanu (1932-1994) was a poet and university teacher from Bucharest whose dissident stance led to his exclusion and persecution. Patrick McGuinness produced other translations of his work in Jilted City (2010).
Liviu Campanu's work featured in PN Review comprises two contributions of poetry, over a period of two years.
Poetry Collection in PN Review 192 (2010) City of Lost Walks (translated by Patrick McGuinness)
Poetry Collection in PN Review 197 (2011) Two Poems (translated by Patrick McGuinness)