Publisher: Pennsylvania State Univ Pr (Txt); First Edition edition (November 1, 1993)
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Bella Akhmadulina is that infrequent postmodernist Russian poet whose weighty, unique, and honed artwork is unencumbered by means of partisanship or politics. Its appreciation understandably transcends the limits of countries and time. Sonia Ketchian bargains a full of life but delicate research of Akhmadulina's poetry via an outline of her poetic voice and of the early poetry through an research of the insightful thematic grouping of the poems in her most important assortment thus far, the striking mystery. In steadily unfolding the poetic speaker's secrets and techniques of the writing strategy in the course of nature, this examine continually makes comparisons with the verse of key poets and likewise provides a thought-provoking, nuanced excursus via proper moments in sleek Russian poetry.