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Alexander Lenard (Hungarian: Lénárd Sándor; Latin: Alexander Lenardus; (Budapest, 9 March 1910 – Dona Emma, Brazil, 13 April 1972) was a Hungarian physician, writer, translator, painter, musician, poet and occasional language instructor. He was born in Budapest, Hungary and died in Dona Irma (Dona Emma), in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. He is best known as the Latin translator of A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh (Winnie Ille Pu). He wrote fiction and non-fiction in German, Latin, Hungarian, Italian and English.

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  • Alexander Lenard
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  • Alexander Lenard (* 9. März 1910 in Budapest; † 13. April 1972 in Dona Emma) war ein Dichterarzt. Lenard emigrierte 1938 von Österreich nach Rom und lebte ab 1952 in Brasilien. Er veröffentlichte zahlreiche Gedichte. Sein bekanntestes Werk ist eine Übersetzung von Pu der Bär ins Lateinische.
  • Sándor Lénárd, Alexander Lenard (ur. 9 marca 1910 w Budapeszcie, zm. 13 kwietnia 1973 w Dona Emma, Brazylia) – węgierski lekarz, poeta, poliglota, publikował po niemiecku, po łacinie, po węgiersku, po włosku i po angielsku.
  • Alexander Lenard (Hungarian: Lénárd Sándor; Latin: Alexander Lenardus; (Budapest, 9 March 1910 – Dona Emma, Brazil, 13 April 1972) was a Hungarian physician, writer, translator, painter, musician, poet and occasional language instructor. He was born in Budapest, Hungary and died in Dona Irma (Dona Emma), in the state of Santa Catarina, Brazil. He is best known as the Latin translator of A. A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh (Winnie Ille Pu). He wrote fiction and non-fiction in German, Latin, Hungarian, Italian and English.
  • Александр (Шандор) Ленард (венг. Sándor Lénárd; 9 марта 1910, Будапешт — 13 апреля 1972, Дона-Эмма, штат Санта-Катарина, Бразилия) — венгерский врач, писатель, поэт, переводчик, художник, музыкант и педагог. Полиглот, писал на немецком, латинском, венгерском, итальянском и английский языках. Является одним из самых известных переводчиков книги Алана Александра Милна «Винни-Пуха» на латинский язык под названием Winnie ille Pu.
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  • 1910-3-9
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