Ralph Frederick Manheim (April 4th, 1907 — September 26th, 1992) was one of the most acclaimed translators of the 20th century. He translated works from German, French, Dutch, Polish, and Hungarian. He studied at Harvard, Yale, and Columbia, translated many known work, and travelled extensively in Europe. The PEN/Ralph Manheim Medal for translation is named after him.
Ralph Manheim (Translator) is an editor or translator.