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This lamentable city
|Statement||edited and introduced by Ilya Kaminsky ; translated by Ilya Kaminsky ... [et al.].|
|Series||Tupelo Press poetry in translation|
|Contributions||Kaminsky, Ilya, 1977-|
|LC Classifications||PG3479.R747 L3613 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||2010000079|
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Ilya Kaminsky is author of Dancing in Odessa (Tupelo, ) and co-editor of The Ecco Book of International Poetry () and editor of This This lamentable city book City: Poems of Polina Barskova (Tupelo, ). He teaches at San Diego State University and in the New England College M.F.A.
Program. He lives in San Diego, California. Snap-review of "This Lamentable City: poems by Polina Barskova" Because at one time I believed that the capitalist society I This lamentable city book in could be transformed with deep justice, self-less revolutionary organizing, I looked to other countries that had overthrown this system and looked to their poets to see how they saw and wrote about the the transformations and their attempts at revolutionary /5.
Translated from the Russian by Ilya Kaminsky. Polina Barskova's poems are a zesty paradoxical concoction: bawdy and erudite, elegant and raw, subtle and brazen. As Ilya Kaminsky attests in his introduction to THIS LAMENTABLE CITY, "Barskova is an elegiac poet who brings to her American readers a language formally inventive, worldly and humorous.5/5(1).
This Lamentable City Polina Barskova, Author, Ilya Kaminsky, Editor, Ilya Kaminsky, Translator, edited and trans. from the Russian by Ilya Kaminsky. Tupelo $ (48p) ISBN Get this from a library. This lamentable city: poems of Polina Barskova.
[Polina Barskova; Ilya Kaminsky] -- "In her homeland of Russia, Polina Barskova is considered one of the most accomplished and daring of the younger poets. Born in in Leningrad--now called St. Petersburg, as before - she began. Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Translated from the Russian by Ilya Kaminsky.
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Poet Ilya Kaminsky was born in the former Soviet Union city of Odessa. He lost most of his hearing at the age of four after a doctor misdiagnosed mumps as a cold, and his family was granted This lamentable city book asylum by the United This lamentable city book insettling in Rochester, New York.
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