Zhiliang (full name Wang Zhiliang ¤ý´¼¶q) 1928-

After studying Russian at Peking University, Zhiliang has been a translator, author of fiction, dictionary compiler, and professor. He is now retired from East China Normal University in Shanghai. He has translated a number of works from Russian and English into Chinese, most notably Tolstoy's Anna Karenina and Pushkin's Eugene Onegin, and written an autobiographical novel about his experiences after being labelled a Rightist in the late 1950s. He is currently translating more of Pushkin¡¦s poetry.