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Synonyms for Mandelstam

Russian poet who died in a prison camp (1891-1938)

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Mandelstam es detenido en marzo de 1934 y desterrado a la tundra durante tres anos.
After Mandelstam was sentenced to exile in the northern Urals, Pasternak received a phone call from Joseph Stalin.
Voronezh: Stalin initially banished Mandelstam to Voronezh, in the area that the Greeks and Romans knew as Scythia.
While the symbolists understood language as a vehicle of spiritual transcendence, Mandelstam highlighted the structural and temporal instabilities in poetic language, implying that these factors spontaneously give rise to new forms of poetic expression.
We have here four Russian female poets, all of them alive and writing today, which means that their understanding of life in a Communist state is largely derived from history or from family stories; they have not suffered the trials and abasements of Anna Akhmatova, Marina Tsvetaeva, or Osip Mandelstam.
Blending fact with fiction, David Park brings to life the inner lives of the wives of two poets -- William Blake ( Catherine) and Osip Mandelstam ( Nadezhda).
Nadezhda Mandelstam lived the Russian Revolution more completely than Serge, though not as a party activist of any stripe.
The Selected Poems of Osip Mandelstam (2004) by Osip Mandelstam
Le troisieme chapitre presente la "lecon de la nostalgie": morcellement, Heimweh (mal du pays), deuil et oubli; il y est egalement question de litterature de l'exil en tant que litterature de l'enfance perdue ainsi que de Virgile, Mandelstam ou Bonnefoy.
1) The inspiration he drew from such exiled poets as Osip Mandelstam, Joseph Brodsky, Czeslaw Milosz, and Zbigniew Herbert helped him to find and define his position as creative artist in relation to history and politics.
The great dissident writer Nadezhda Mandelstam had seen for us a future in which we could only "hope against hope"; yet here was a leader who saw for us a future not of squalour and moral compromise, but of freedom and opportunity.
By the time she was eighteen Marina had become a well-known presence on the Russian literary scene and her close relationships with writers such as Boris Pasternak (who appreciated her technical brilliance) and Osip Mandelstam (who was in love with her) only promoted her even more.
But before we toss the book down and join nationalist-communist revolutions (wreaking havoc upon unpaid wage labor), Zgustova leaves us in a very different Prague, that of the 1930s, brimming with Russian exiles--Vladimir Nabokov, as well as the less fortunate Alexander Blok, Andrei Bely, Osip Mandelstam, Isaac Babel, and Anna Akhmatova--all members of the Association of Artists and Writers.
In a letter to the New York Review of Books on December 4, 1969, Nabokov caustically condemned Lowell's translation of a poem by his greatly admired countryman Osip Mandelstam.
While her claim that Celan's translations of French Surrealist poets represent "the site par excellence of the metaphorical exposition of Celan's ideas on translation" (110) is overstated, she demonstrates her awareness of the signal importance of Celan's translations from other languages by her reference, inter alia, to Peter Szondi's classic analysis of Shakespeare's Sonnet 105, and to Celan's decisive encounter with and reflections on the work of his Russian "brother" Osip Mandelstam.