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Readings in Russian Poetics (Scholarly Series) Paperback – June 1, 2002


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"A valuable contribution to the understanding of an exceptionally influential critical movement."--Prairie Schooner

About the Author

Ladislav Matejka is the editor of the all ten books in the annual Cross Currents series, a yearbook of Central European culture, as well as the collection of essays entitled Semiotics in Art. Krystyna Pomorska has written, contributed to and edited numerous books on Slavic literature and prose, including Fifty Years of Russian Prose and Language in Literature. George L. Burns is professor of English at the University of Notre Dame. His acclaimed books of theory and criticism include: Heidegger's Estrangements, Inventions, and Modern Poetry and the Idea of Language.

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