Boris Vidović

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Boris Vidović was born in Zagreb in 1961 and he spent almost half of his life in Finland. He graduated in Comparative Literature and Philosophy at the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb and received a master's degree in Literature at the University of Helsinki. He has translated from English and Italian, and currently translates mainly from Finnish.
His more important translations in the last ten years include: ‘Charming Collective Suicide’ (Hurmaava jookitsemurha) by Arto Paasilinna, ‘Heart Attacks’ (Sydänkohtauksia) and ‘The Word of God’ (Jumalan sana) by Kari Hotakainen, and ‘Cleaning’ (Puhdistus) and ‘When the Doves Disappeared’ (Kun kyyhkyset katosivat) by Sofi Oksanen.