Radovan Lučić

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Radovan Lučić  was born in 1963 in Zagreb. As a twenty-two-year-old, he left his homeland to try his luck in the Netherlands. In 1995, he earned a master's degree in Slavic Studies at the University of Amsterdam. In addition to regular translation activities, he is involved in applied linguistics, primarily lexicography. He is the author of the Croatian-Dutch Dictionary (Pegasus, Amsterdam, 2013; Dominović, Zagreb, 2014). He has translated works by Dutch and Flemish authors such as Willem Frederik Hermans, Cees Nooteboom, Annie M. G. Schmidt, Ilja Leonard Pfeijffer, Dimitri Verhulst, Geert Mak, and others. He works as an assistant professor of the Croatian language at the University of Amsterdam. In his free time, he plays the cimbalom.