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Willy Wielek-Berg

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'''Willy Wielek-Berg''' ([[June 14]], [[1919]] - [[January 7]], [[2004]]) was a Dutch translator. She translated some of [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]'s non-[[Middle-earth]] stories into Dutch. Among her other translations is the work of [[Vera Chapman]].  
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'''Willy Wielek-Berg''' ([[June 14]], [[1919]] - [[January 7]], [[2004]]) was a Dutch translator. She translated some of [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]'s non-[[Middle-earth]] stories into Dutch and was the first to translate ''[[Smith of Wootton Major]]'' and ''[[Leaf by Niggle]]''. Among her other translations is the work of [[Vera Chapman]].  
 
==Translations==
 
==Translations==
 
* [[1968]]: ''De Smid van Groot-Wolding'' (''[[Smith of Wootton Major]]'')
 
* [[1968]]: ''De Smid van Groot-Wolding'' (''[[Smith of Wootton Major]]'')
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** ''Boom en blad'' (''[[Tree and Leaf]]'')
 
** ''Boom en blad'' (''[[Tree and Leaf]]'')
 
*** ''Over Sprookjesverhalen'' (''[[On Fairy-Stories]]'') [translated by Max Schuchart]
 
*** ''Over Sprookjesverhalen'' (''[[On Fairy-Stories]]'') [translated by Max Schuchart]
*** ''Blad van Klein'' (''[[Leaf by Niggle]]'') [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
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*** ''Blad van Klein'' [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
** ''De Smid van Groot-Wolding'' (''[[Smith of Wootton Major]]'') [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
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** ''De Smid van Groot-Wolding'' [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
** ''Boer Gilles van Ham'' (''[[Farmer Giles of Ham]]'') [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
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** ''Boer Gilles van Ham'' [translated by Willy Wielek-Berg]
  
 
[[Category:Translators|Wielek-Berg, Willy]]
 
[[Category:Translators|Wielek-Berg, Willy]]

Revision as of 02:48, 17 August 2008

Willy Wielek-Berg (June 14, 1919 - January 7, 2004) was a Dutch translator. She translated some of Tolkien's non-Middle-earth stories into Dutch and was the first to translate Smith of Wootton Major and Leaf by Niggle. Among her other translations is the work of Vera Chapman.

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