Northwestern University Press, 2000 Cloth: 978-0-8101-1421-0 | eISBN: 978-0-8101-6593-9 Library of Congress Classification PG3476.Z2Z84 2000 Dewey Decimal Classification 891.7142
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Sarah Pratt traces interwoven questions in the work of Nikolai Zabolotsky, a figure ranking just behind Pasternak, Mandelstram and Akhmatova in modern Russian poetry and the first major poet to come to light in the Soviet period.
Nikolai Zabolotsky was a Soviet and Russian poet and translator. A Modernist, Zabolotsky was a founder of the Russian avant-garde absurdist group Oberiu.
Sally (Sarah) Pratt is a professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at USC Dornsife. She is the author of Russian Metaphysical Romanticism: The Poetry of Tiutchev and Boratynskii and The Semantics of Chaos in Tjutcev.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
2. Constructs of Character
3. The Emerging Poet in an Emerging Society
4. The Last Gasp of the Avant-Garde and the Continuity of Culture
5. A Holy Fool at Loose in Leningrad
6. Orthodoxies and Subversions
7. The Apotheosis of Zabolotsky
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