Arthur Boyars

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Arthur Boyars (born 1925) is a British poet and musicologist, who is also a translator and critic, literary editor and publisher.

His Poems were published in 1944 by Fortune Press. He started the small magazine Mandrake in 1946 with John Wain while at Wadham College, Oxford, it was published until 1957. He was editor of Oxford Poetry in 1948. He is known also as a translator of Russian poetry. He became the second husband of Marion Lobbenberg, who formed a partnership with John Calder in the publishing house Calder & Boyars. His name is associated with the Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko.


  • (ed. with Barry Hamer), Oxford Poetry 1948, Oxford: Blackwell, 1948
  • (trans. with David Burg) Yuli Daniel, Prison poems, 1971
  • (trans. with Simon Franklin) Yevgeny Yevtushenko, The Face behind the Face, 1979


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