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Victor Pambuccian

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Victor Pambuccian

Victor Pambuccian was born in Kronstadt (Brasov), Romania, has published more than eighty papers in the axiomatic foundation of geometries, is teaching mathematics at Arizona State University, and sometimes translates Armenian poetry into German, as well as Romanian and German poetry into English.

Articles by Victor Pambuccian

Lockjaw
By Richard Wagner
I walk toward the millTo meet my quiet fatherHe walks on grass-covered pathsHis foot in a child’s shoeThe mill got swept away by the riverTwo wars have since gone byFather was taken away later onSoon…
Translated from German by Victor Pambuccian
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