Ossip Mandelstam

 
Ossip Emilievitch Mandelstam (1891-1938) is a Russian poet and essayist, one of the leading representatives of acmeism with Anna Akhmatova and Nicolaî Goumilev. Suspected of counter revolutionary activities, he is sentenced to exile and forced labour, from which he will die. Nowadays, Ossip Mandelstam is seen as a major figure in Russian poetry who influenced many poets (Paul Celan, André du Bouchet, Philippe Jacottet…).
 
Ossip Mandelstam - Voronej - Choix + Sur Staline
2014
French edition
Al Dante - Poetry & Literature
This publication presents a vast selection of poems written from 1935-1937 by dissident Soviet poet and essayist Ossip Mandelstam during his forced exile in Voronezh. The edition is completed by two poems on Stalin.


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