2 edition of Russian women poets found in the catalog.
Russian women poets
Lojkine, A. K.
1972 by University of Canterbury, Dept. of Modern Languages in [Christchurch] .
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by A. K. Lojkine.|
|Series||Canterbury readers in Russian poetry ;, no. 6|
|LC Classifications||PG3235.W6 L6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 138 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||75305931|
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Boris Pasternak - Leo Tolstoy was actually a close friend of the Pasternak family, and his influence is embedded throughout Boris's life and writing. However, he generated a lot of backlash for his writing, and many of his works were censored and banned. Thomas declared in Poetry London. Read full description. Ce Miller July 13, My love affair with poetry began as a slow simmer — I long considered myself strictly a prose type of gal, leaving the iambic pentametric musings to what I imagined were elbow-patch-wearing and English-tea-guzzling lofty minds, sequestered away behind ivy-covered halls.
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich spread through the West like wildfire, but it was just the beginning. The anthology provides a host of insights into post-Soviet reality, from the point of view of women writers who were less compromised by the Soviet system, offering more resistance to the pressures of political conformism. It includes writers from former Soviet Republics such as the Ukraine. October pp. Valentina Polukhina surveys the entire scene, reading some collections and manuscripts, and thoroughly investigating what is accessible on the vibrant Russian literary internet.
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The fourteen women considered wrote poetry in every genre, from visions to verse tales, from love lyrics to metaphysical poetry, as well as prose works and plays.
A preface by Stephanie Sandler, a concluding note by Dmitry Kuzmin on the online Vavilon project, a postface by Elena Fanailova, and biographical notes on the poets and translators complete the anthology, which is sure to be of great interest to students and scholars of Russian literature.
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The writing is vibrant and the imagery precise. This license allows for copying any part of the work for personal and non-commercial use, providing author attribution is clearly stated.
Diary Without Dates Borden, Mary. Though published just over a quarter of a century ago, her collection Not Me is as powerful and relevant today as it was then.
These extremes are shown in vivid and unforgettable detail in books written by women who survived the labor camps. Charlotte Boulay The short but lovely debut collection, Foxes on the Trampolinetakes readers from the United States to India — where poet Charlotte Boulay lived in her early twenties — and explores the coexistence of the natural world with the human-constructed one, what exactly our place is in it, and the sometimes morbid competing impulses that exist within the quiet of the human heart.
Not so Quiet Sole, Linda. Cassiday 8. It includes writers from former Soviet Republics such as the Ukraine. Comparing the poetry of fourteen men and fourteen women from this period, Diana Greene revives and redefines the women's writings and offers a thoughtful examination of the sexual politics of reception and literary reputation.
Focusing on the middle generation, with major figures like Svetlana Kekova, Vera Pavolova and Tatyana Shcherbina, the anthology includes work by the youngest generation, born after and virtually unknown outside Russia, as well as senior poets like Bella Akhmadulina and Natalya Gorbanevskaya.
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She specialises in modern Russian poetry and is the author of several major studies of Joseph Brodsky. Supported at various stages by the National Council for Eurasian and East European Research, the National Endowment of the Humanities, and the Social Science Research Council, her research has focused on Orthodox Christianity in Russia and has explored issues related to the notions of sacred community and collective religious identity, lived religion, women and religion, religion and visual culture and historical memory and national identity.
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