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|Born||April 23, 1922|
|Died||July 21, 2004 (aged 82)|
After the downfall of the communist regime, he was urged to run for Parliament, but adamantly refused.
His works have been translated into 37 languages.
- Radoy Ralin's profile at the web page of the Bulgarian National Radio
- "Radoi Ralin: Much loved Bulgarian satirist who gave expression to his dissidence in epigrams, novels, poems and plays", The Times, August 24, 2004
- "Obituary: Radoi Ralin, 81, Bulgarian poet", The Boston Globe, July 24, 2004
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