The Frontier: 28 Contemporary Ukrainian Poets: An Anthology (A Bilingual Edition) Anatoly Kudryavitsky

The Frontier: 28 Contemporary Ukrainian Poets: An Anthology (A Bilingual Edition)

Author: Anatoly Kudryavitsky
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Book Title
The Frontier: 28 Contemporary Ukrainian Poets: An Anthology (A Bilingual Edition)
Author
Anatoly Kudryavitsky
ISBN
9781911414490
This anthology reflects a search of the Ukrainian nation for its identity, the roots of which lie deep inside Ukrainian-language poetry. Some of the included poets are well-known locally and internationally; among them are Serhiy Zhadan, Halyna Kruk, Ostap Slyvynsky, Marianna Kijanowska, Oleh Kotsarev, Anna Bagriana and, of course, the living legend of Ukrainian poetry, Vasyl Holoborodko. The next Ukrainian poetic generation also features prominently in the collection. Such poets as Les Beley, Olena Herasymyuk, Myroslav Laiuk, Hanna Malihon, Taras Malkovych, Julia Musakovska, Julia Stahivska and Lyuba Yakimchuk are the ones Ukrainians like to read today, and each of them already has an excellent reputation abroad due to festival appearances and translations to European languages. The work collected here documents poetry in Ukraine responding to challenges of the time by forging a radical new poetic, reconsidering writing techniques and language itself.Edited and translated from the Ukrainian by Anatoly Kudryavitsky. A bilingual edition.Binding Type: HardcoverAuthor: Anatoly KudryavitskyPublisher: Glagoslav Publications B.V.Published: 02/21/2018ISBN: 9781911414490Pages: 416Weight: 1.71lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.06d

This anthology reflects a search of the Ukrainian nation for its identity, the roots of which lie deep inside Ukrainian-language poetry. Some of the included poets are well-known locally and internationally; among them are Serhiy Zhadan, Halyna Kruk, Ostap Slyvynsky, Marianna Kijanowska, Oleh Kotsarev, Anna Bagriana and, of course, the living legend of Ukrainian poetry, Vasyl Holoborodko. The next Ukrainian poetic generation also features prominently in the collection. Such poets as Les Beley, Olena Herasymyuk, Myroslav Laiuk, Hanna Malihon, Taras Malkovych, Julia Musakovska, Julia Stahivska and Lyuba Yakimchuk are the ones Ukrainians like to read today, and each of them already has an excellent reputation abroad due to festival appearances and translations to European languages. The work collected here documents poetry in Ukraine responding to challenges of the time by forging a radical new poetic, reconsidering writing techniques and language itself.

Edited and translated from the Ukrainian by Anatoly Kudryavitsky.

A bilingual edition.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Anatoly Kudryavitsky
Publisher: Glagoslav Publications B.V.
Published: 02/21/2018
ISBN: 9781911414490
Pages: 416
Weight: 1.71lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.06d

This anthology reflects a search of the Ukrainian nation for its identity, the roots of which lie deep inside Ukrainian-language poetry. Some of the included poets are well-known locally and internationally; among them are Serhiy Zhadan, Halyna Kruk, Ostap Slyvynsky, Marianna Kijanowska, Oleh Kotsarev, Anna Bagriana and, of course, the living legend of Ukrainian poetry, Vasyl Holoborodko. The next Ukrainian poetic generation also features prominently in the collection. Such poets as Les Beley, Olena Herasymyuk, Myroslav Laiuk, Hanna Malihon, Taras Malkovych, Julia Musakovska, Julia Stahivska and Lyuba Yakimchuk are the ones Ukrainians like to read today, and each of them already has an excellent reputation abroad due to festival appearances and translations to European languages. The work collected here documents poetry in Ukraine responding to challenges of the time by forging a radical new poetic, reconsidering writing techniques and language itself.

Edited and translated from the Ukrainian by Anatoly Kudryavitsky.

A bilingual edition.



Binding Type: Hardcover
Author: Anatoly Kudryavitsky
Publisher: Glagoslav Publications B.V.
Published: 02/21/2018
ISBN: 9781911414490
Pages: 416
Weight: 1.71lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 1.06d