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Twentieth-Century Russian Poetry
edited by John Glad and Daniel Weissbort
University of Iowa Press, 1992
Paper: 978-0-87745-365-9
Library of Congress Classification PG3233.T94 1992
Dewey Decimal Classification 891.71408

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ABOUT THIS BOOK

This celebrated anthology, first published in 1978 as Russian Poetry: The Modern Period, provides a much-needed panoramic overview of Russian poetry since the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917.


Major features of this collection include a new and expanded introduction, a substantial new section of glasnost-era poetry, a generous sampling of postrevolutionary poetry in Russia, full representation of poets of the first and second post-World War II generations, and poetry of the successive emigrations, flights, or expulsions from Russia.


Twentieth-Century Russian Poetry makes an important contribution to our continuing understanding of a changing world order. This anthology should be read by all those who wish to know more about the poetry of Russia, those interested in international cultural and literary history, and all Slavicists.



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