Eden Paul (1865-1944) was an author. Cedar Paul (d. 1972) was a singer. The pair translated numerous works together, from French, German, Italian and Russian. See Who Was Who for details.
Diaries, 1914-17, 1928-9, and commentary on Epictetus, 1911-13, by Eden and Cedar Paul:
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Diaries | 20th century
Literature | translations
Epictetus | c 50-c 138 | Stoic philosopher
Paul | Cedar | d 1972 | singer
Paul | Eden | 1865-1944 | author
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