Andrei Voznesenskii papers 1955-2004


Andrei Voznesenskii papers 1955-2004


Andrei Voznesenskii was one of the foremost poets of post-Stalinist Russia. The collection is remarkable for its volume of manuscripts, which account for 5 of the approximately 29 linear feet (or 9 linear meters) of the collection's materials and include notebooks and pads of paper, all handwritten, original (completely or partially covered with rough drafts and fair copies of poems and articles), as well as handwritten manuscripts, annotated typescripts (or computer-printed texts), newspapers with many handwritten corrections and additions, and galley proofs with handwritten corrections and additions (series 1). Included in the collection are also: -correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, collected notes sent to A.Voznesenskii during poetry readings, and a number of letters / notes from / to other people (series 2); -original drawings, sketches, and graphic art by A.Voznesenskii, along with a few pieces given to A.Voznesenskii by other people (series 3); -numerous clippings from Russian and foreign newspapers, journals, and magazines, as well as whole issues of them, with publications of articles, interviews, and poems by A.Voznesenskii, and articles, mostly about him / mentioning him, ca. 5 linear feet (series 4); -theses and essays about A.Voznesenskii by Russian and Western journalists and scholars (series 5); -over 1,000 photographs of A.Voznesenskii, his family, friends, acquaintances, as well as photo materials related to various cultural and private events (series 6); -posters, flyers, invitational tickets to exhibitions and poetry readings, programs of readings, etc. (series 7); -subject files devoted to important public events (exhibitions, conferences etc.), topics, and / or individuals (series 8). This series includes copies of some documents concerning trial of the poet Alina Vitukhnovskaia, materials used by A.Voznesenskii in preparing his article about the fate of the poet Fedor Demin-Blagoveshchenskii, copies of letters and drawings from the painter Valentin Iustitskii sent from GULAG, as well as numerous poems and short novels sent to A.Voznesenskii by young contemporary artists; -personal files: address books, calendars, passports, tickets and passes, custom declarations, financial documents, publishing contracts, membership cards in professional societies, business cards (over 150), ephemera relating to A.Voznesenskii's trips abroad, and miscellaneous papers (series 9); -awards, diplomas, prizes (series 10); -media materials including an audiotape with the hearing where A.Voznesenskii was denounced by N.Khrushchev (series 11).

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CARA was a travelling exhibition of Chicano art curated by the Wight Gallery at UCLA. It was a showcase of 140 works of art produced between 1964-1985 by 90 artists. From the description of CARA, Chicano Arts, Resistance and Affirmation papers. Volume II, ca. 1986-1992. (University of California, Los Angeles). WorldCat record id: 320046939 ...

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The celebration of the 150th anniversary of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dartmouth College Case was held on April 9, 1969, in the Court of Claims, Washington, D.C.; the celebration also commemorated the career of Daniel Webster, the advocate who defended the case before the Supreme Court. During the ceremony Justice Earl Warren, Senator Thomas J. MacIntyre, and Dartmouth College President John Sloan Dickey spoke before an audience of legislators, jurists, historians, and alumni....

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Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980 (person)

Alfred Hitchcock (b. 13 August 1899, Leytonstone, England–d. 29 April 1980, Bel Air, CA) was an English film director and producer, widely regarded as one of the most influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. Known as "the Master of Suspense", he directed over 50 feature films. He began his career in the film industry in 1919 as a title card designer after training as a technical clerk and copy writer for a telegraph-cable company. ...

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Saratov Regional Museum. (corporateBody)

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Kennedy, Robert F. (Robert Francis), 1925-1968 (person)

Robert Francis Kennedy (November 20, 1925 – June 6, 1968), also referred to by his initials RFK and occasionally by the nickname Bobby, was an American politician and lawyer who served as the 64th United States Attorney General from January 1961 to September 1964, and as a U.S. Senator from New York from January 1965 until his assassination in June 1968. He was the brother of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Senator Edward Moore Kennedy. Kennedy and his brothers were born into a wealthy,...

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Selma W.Warner Program Services; Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies. (corporateBody)

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Common Wealth Trust. (corporateBody)

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

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S. G. Rubchinskii. (person)

Muzei Zverevskii tsentr sovremennogo iskusstva ?. (corporateBody)

Iu. Geriia. (person)

The British Council (corporateBody)

The British Council was founded in 1934 as the 'British Committee for Relations with Other Countries' and in 1936 it was re-named' The British Council'. The aims of the Council were: "to promote abroad a wider appreciation of British culture and civilization, by encouraging the study and use of the English language, and thereby, to extend a knowledge of British literature and of the British contribution to music and the fine arts, the sciences, philosophic thought and po...

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Freie Welt. (corporateBody)

Aleksandr Smirnov; Lazar' Shereshevskii. (person)

Natal'ia Dardykina. (person)

Igor' Severianin; Vera Korendi. (person)

Business Week. (corporateBody)

Ul'ianovskaia pravda. (corporateBody)

Pravda; Iunost' . (corporateBody)

Mar'iana Markova. (person)

Rabochii krai. (corporateBody)

Iurii Liubimov. (person)

Kitty Carlisle Hart. (person)

Iuliia Troll'. (person)

Vasilii Kavadeev. (person)

Vladimir Cherniakov. (person)

P. Unnikrishnan. (person)

Rudnyi Altai. (corporateBody)

Martin? Trautwein; Andrei Bitov. (person)

Iu. P. Gnedovskii; Iu. A. Sdobnov. (person)

Randall, Claire (person)

Zoia Boguslavskaia Boguslavskaya. (person)

Stanford report. (corporateBody)

A. Marchenko; S. Vladimirov. (person)

Vadim Verpak ?. (person)

Leninskaia smena. (corporateBody)

Vechernii Rostov. (corporateBody)

Viktor Zhak. (person)

L. Chubarova. (person)

Publishing House Unionsverlag. (corporateBody)

Wystan Hugh Auden (person)

Galway Advertiser. (corporateBody)

The New York Times Book Review. (corporateBody)

Sergei Narovchatov. (person)

Nina Krasnova; Viktor Astafiev. (person)

R. Kleiner; V. Vladimirova. (person)

Nataliia Osipova. (person)

Mikolaïv Nikolaev Regional Public Organization Dobra Nadiia Good Hope. (corporateBody)

Natal'ia Kozlova. (person)

Molodezh' Gruzii; Moskovskii teatr dramy i komedii na Taganke. (corporateBody)

Metallostroi-Fakt. (corporateBody)

Standart. (corporateBody)

Creativity Center for UNESCO. (corporateBody)

Simmons, Ernest J. (Ernest Joseph), 1903-1972 (person)

Aleksandr ? Dymshits. (person)

Rossiiskoe avtorskoe obshchestvo RAO. (corporateBody)

Kuz'ma Minin. (person)

Larisa Mekhedova; Alexei P. Lisanevich. (person)

Liubov' Ptashnik; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Adelina Adalis. (person)

Val. Lednev. (person)

Trud. (corporateBody)

Karen Markarian; Raimond Pauls. (person)

The Sunday Times. (corporateBody)

Lev Oshanin; Evgenii Evtushenko Yevtushenko. (person)

Philippe Douste-Blazy; Jean-Jacques Aillagon. (person)

Viktor Makhonin. (person)

Mstislav Rostropovich; Egor Iakovlev. (person)

T. Chanturiia. (person)

S. Katonova; V. Basner. (person)

Restaurant Peixerot. (corporateBody)

Valentin Iustitskii. (person)

G. Mitin. (person)

Mila Suprano. (person)

Kaliningradskaia oblastnaia filarmoniia. (corporateBody)

Henri, Pierre, docteur ès lettres (person)

Dar'ia Khitrovo. (person)

Russian PEN Center. (corporateBody)

Oleg Kulinich; Nadiia NADEZHDA KULINICH. (person)

Nina Berberova; E. Andronikova. (person)

Galway Arts Center. (corporateBody)

Frederico Federico Garcia Lorca. (person)

Lenkom (Teatr imeni Leninskogo komsomola). (corporateBody)

Molodezh' Gruzii. (corporateBody)

Vechernii New York Vecherniy New York. (corporateBody)

Vechernii Leningrad; Moskovskii teatr dramy i komedii na Taganke. (corporateBody)

Rossiiskaia Federatsiia segodnia. (corporateBody)

Michelangelo Buonarroti; Dante Alighieri. (person)

Literaturen front. (corporateBody)

Ekaterina Grafchikova; Nina Iskrenko. (person)

AOZT Sigmakon, Masterskaia gidroplastiki. (corporateBody)

International Djuna Academy of Alternative Sciences. (corporateBody)

Tatiana Serogina ?. (person)

V. B. Fedotova. (person)

P. Smirnov. (person)

Komsomolets. (corporateBody)

Nikita Khrushchev; Andrei Baranov. (person)

NIVA Inc (corporateBody)

Aleksandr Pushkin; Zemfira Ramazanova. (person)

Sergei Esenin Charitable Foundation Blagotvoritel'nyi fond imeni S.Esenina. (corporateBody)

Steven Spielberg. (person)

Kennedy, Edward Moore, 1932-2009 (person)

Edward Moore Kennedy (b. Feb. 22, 1932, Boston, Mass.-d. Aug. 25, 2009), graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in government in 1956, and received his LL.B. from the University of Virginia in 1959. He served in the United States Army from 1951 to 1953. He was elected democratic senator from Massachusetts in 1962, served until his death in August 2009. He was the Assistant District Attorney for Suffolk County from 1961 to 1962, and sought the Democratic nomination for president in 1980....

Tatiana Shcherbina. (person)

Pogled. (corporateBody)

V. Tsybin. (person)

Kommunist. (corporateBody)

Vechernii klub. (corporateBody)

Time (corporateBody)

The Writer's House (Dom pisatelia). (corporateBody)

Vladimir Salasiuk; Adam Mitskevich. (person)

Obzor. (corporateBody)

Literarurnaia gazeta. (corporateBody)

Z. Cevers; J. Ritins. (person)

Ogonyok Ogonek. (corporateBody)

Theodore Shabad. (person)

22. Moskva - Ierusalim 22. Moscow - Jerusalem journal. (corporateBody)

Government of Russian Federation. (corporateBody)

Jak Iv Kusto. (person)

Knizhnoe obozrenie; Gosudarstvennaia biblioteka SSSR im. V.I.Lenina. (corporateBody)

Sovetskaia kul'tura; Pravda, Literaturnaia gazeta, Literaturnaia Rossiia. (corporateBody)

Robert Rozhdestvenskii. (person)

Leningradskaia pravda. (corporateBody)

Feltrinelli editore (corporateBody)

Boris Pasternak House-Museum. (corporateBody)

Andrei Goncharov; T. Kupriianova. (person)

Liubomir Levchev. (person)

Nataliia Orlova. (person)

Donald Schallau. (person)

Kapitolina I. Afanasieva. (person)

Otechestven front (corporateBody)

Nauka i religiia. (corporateBody)

Mary Blume; Evgenii Evtushenko {Yevtushenko. (person)

Mikhail Lapshin. (person)

Susan Kastner Ellman. (person)

Iskusstvo kino. (corporateBody)

Raitis Strautins. (person)

Dora Boneva Levcheva?. (person)

Lidiia Grot Popova-Grot; Nina Berberova. (person)

Metropol Hotel, Moscow. (corporateBody)

Dora Levcheva Boneva? ; Liubomir Lyubomir? Levchev. (person)

Walter Berkov. (person)

Elena Skulkaia. (person)

Valentina Kuznetsova. (person)

Paul Wohl. (person)

Stanley Kunitz. (person)

Makar Dmitriev. (person)

T. A. Slutskaia. (person)

P. Suvorova; Makhambet. (person)

Anthony Astrachan. (person)

Kora Tsereteli. (person)

Vincent van Gogh (person)

Roman Adrianov; Anna Tikhanova. (person)

The Administration of the President of Russian Federation. (corporateBody)

Narodna mladezh. (corporateBody)

Leonard Kossuth. (person)

Vasilii Aksenov ?. (person)

Pavel Stepanov. (person)

Link (corporateBody)

Russkaia mysl' . (corporateBody)

The Montreal Star. (corporateBody)

Shipler, David K. (person)

Takashi Arima. (person)

Uchitel'skaia gazeta. (corporateBody)

Igor' Averov. (person)

Nina Berberova. (person)

L. Monchinskii; N. Krymova. (person)

Liubov' Maksimova. (person)

Gary Light; Genrikh Sapgir. (person)

The Daily Telegraph; Daily Express. (corporateBody)

Nikolai Aseev. (person)

Vechernii Klub / The Evening Club. (corporateBody)

V. Vardugin. (person)

Zinovii Gerdt; Boris Pasternak. (person)

Rab Zsuzsa; Elbert János. (person)

Jens Gerlach. (person)

Wide World Lecture Bureau Inc.; Internal Revenue Service. (corporateBody)

Robert Rozhdestvenskii; Aliia Rozhdestvenskaia. (person)

The newspaper Moskovskii komsomolets. (corporateBody)

Russkaia literatura. (corporateBody)

A. Antonov. (person)

Rodion Shchedrin. (person)

M. G. Essi-Ezint ?. (person)

Vitsebski rabochyi. (corporateBody)

Pravda (corporateBody)

Rigas Balss. (corporateBody)

Judith Ranta; Nancy Dolensek. (person)

Nina Iskrenko; Boris Grebenshchikov. (person)

Il'ia Sel'vinskii. (person)

A. Sosna ?. (person)

Cynthia Medina. (person)

Liuben Georgiev; Dimitur ? Vasilev. (person)

The Moscow Patriarch Aleksii II. (person)

The Russian Nonprofit Foundation of Peace and Agreement. (corporateBody)

Valentin Nikitin. (person)

Leninskoe znamia. (corporateBody)

Embassy of Israel in Moscow. (corporateBody)

Zoia Boguslavskaia; Andrei Voznesenskii. (person)

Zdenek David. (person)

M. F. P'ianykh; Vladimir Lenin. (person)

Vladimir Spivakov; Maiia Plisetskaia. (person)

Georgii Trubnikov; Svetlana Udal'tsova. (person)

Iurii Yuri Bashmet ? ; Mikhail Zhvanetskii ?. (person)

Stanislav Lesnevskii; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Adol'f Urban. (person)

N. Oseledchik. (person)

Arina Sharapova; Velimir Khlebnikov. (person)

Liubomir ? Levchev; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

The Writers' Club of the Central House of Literary Workers. (corporateBody)

Moskovskii teatr Shkola dramaticheskogo iskusstva. (corporateBody)

Iakov Andreev. (person)

Efrem Baukh. (person)

Mikhail Beliaev; Boris Yeltsyn. (person)

Genrikh Mitin. (person)

Sarnov, B. (Benedikt) (person)

Phillips McCandlish ?. (person)

Elena Katsiuba. (person)

William Jay Smith; Vera Dunham. (person)

Viktor Victor Urin. (person)

Robert Rauschenberg; John Lund. (person)

M. Brusilovskaia. (person)

Roman Serdiukov. (person)

Giuliano Zincone. (person)

Alfred Schnittke ?. (person)

Egils Zirnis; Janis Peters. (person)

Molodezhnyi KURIER. (corporateBody)

Segodnia. (corporateBody)

Anne Price. (person)

Robert Falk. (person)

Prof. Albert Leong. (person)

Zoia Boguslavskaia; Rebecca Metlock ?. (person)

Evtushenko, Evgenii (person)

Iurii ? Zubkov. (person)

Iva Iolova; Vladimir Vysotskii. (person)

Kaliningradskaia pravda. (corporateBody)

Marina Kaminarskaia. (person)

A. Krupenin. (person)

Sovietskaia kul'tura. (corporateBody)

Pushkin, Katya (person)

Iurii Idashkin. (person)

P. ? Rabina; Israel' Kesar'. (person)

M. S. Bodrov; Vladimir Lenin. (person)

Vladislav Chebotarev. (person)

Aleksandr ? Iakovlev; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Cite; Internationale des Arts. (corporateBody)

Royal Azur Hotel. (corporateBody)

Alfred Tul'chinskii. (person)

Moskovskii literator. (corporateBody)

József Attila. (person)

The New England Poetry Club. (corporateBody)

Publishing House Olimp. (corporateBody)

Ural'skii rabochii. (corporateBody)

Andrei Kharkeevich. (person)

Tatiana Danil'iants. (person)

The Toronto Telegram. (corporateBody)

Evgenii Pasternak. (person)

Sil'viia Borisova; Simeon Rusakiev. (person)

Mikael Tariverdiev; Igor' Starygin. (person)

Narodna kultura. (corporateBody)

Molodezh' Altaia. (corporateBody)

Antonina W. Bouis; Allen Ginsberg. (person)

Novinar. (corporateBody)

Georgi Chatalbashev. (person)

Molodoi leninets. (corporateBody)

Arts (corporateBody)

Djuna Dzhuna Davitashvili. (person)

Valia Stoianova. (person)

Michael Pushkin. (person)

Salavat Sakhibgareev. (person)

University of Oregon. Center for Teaching Writing (corporateBody)

The Univeristy of Oregon was established on October 19, 1872 and began classes on October 16, 1876. In 1915 there were 119 professors and instructors; by 1934 that number had grown to over 174 faculty. From the guide to the Faculty bulletins and scrapbooks, 1914-1934, (Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries) The High School debating league was started by the Oregon Teacher Association. The University of Oregon contributed by publishing th...

Boris Paramonov. (person)

V. Shestopalov. (person)

The Daily Tribune. (corporateBody)

Saturday Review of Literature, (corporateBody)

Russian Soviet PEN Center in Moscow. (corporateBody)

D. Moldavskii. (person)

Thomas Lask; Evgenii Evtushenko Yevgeny Yevtushenko. (person)

A. L. Zhovtis; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Aleksandr Ivanov; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Garden Hermitage. (corporateBody)

V. Bograd. (person)

Victor Nekrasov. (person)

Makhmut Esambaev; Abdulla Esambaev. (person)

Henry Allen. (person)

Monitor (Agency : Great Britain) (corporateBody)

Association pour la sauvegarde du patrimoine culturel russe en France (corporateBody)

Washington Journal Square. (corporateBody)

Giacomo, Balla (person)

Ol'ga Dashkovskaia. (person)

Vladimir Soloukhin. (person)

Vladimir Rubtsov. (person)

Vladimir Valutskii. (person)

Moskovskaia pravda. (corporateBody)

Alena Elena Ganchikova; Marc Chagall Shagall. (person)

Sovetskaia Klaipeda. (corporateBody)

Georgii Adamovich. (person)

International PEN Club, Russian PEN Center. (corporateBody)

Vladlen Slavin. (person)

Vesti segodnia. (corporateBody)

A. Skonechnaia. (person)

Zoia Boguslavskaia; Oleg Tabakov. (person)

Bank for Foreign Economic Affairs, USSR; Soviet Writers' Union. (corporateBody)

Konstantin Kedrov; Boris Pasternak. (person)

John Richmond. (person)

Druzhba narodov. (corporateBody)

Sergei ? Mikhalkov; Todor Zhivkov. (person)

MAESTRO USA, Inc. (corporateBody)

Leninets. (corporateBody)

Z oia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Hotel & Restaurant Panorama. (corporateBody)

Svetlana Kalousková Kalousek. (person)

Edward O'Loughlin: James Joyce. (person)

Voiazh. (corporateBody)

Vladimir Giliarovskii Gilyarovsky. (person)

Sergei ? Chekhonin; Petr Chaikovskii. (person)

Silvia Borisova; Nikolai Kinchev ?. (person)

Times Higher Education Supplement. (corporateBody)

Berkeley Daily Gazette. (corporateBody)

Vitebsk Regional State Archive Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Vitebskoi oblasti. (corporateBody)

Publishing House Vagrius. (corporateBody)

Nikolai Gubenko ?. (person)

Larisa Bel'chikova. (person)

Izvestiia. (corporateBody)

Department of Foreign Affairs. (corporateBody)

Vladimir Vysotskii; Bulat Okudzhava. (person)

Paola Khiusein. (person)

Sturshel ?. (corporateBody)

Novosti nedeli. (corporateBody)

Literaturnyi Fond. (corporateBody)

Akhmet Diusembaev. (person)

LG-Dosie. (corporateBody)

VIktor Lapcenok; Antra Krastina. (person)

Vladimir Spivakov; Iogann Sebastian Bach. (person)

State University College at Brockport, New York. (corporateBody)

Memorial-Aspect. (corporateBody)

Sviatoslav Fedorov. (person)

Ul'iana Lopatkina. (person)

Orakul. (corporateBody)

Sergei Malinovskii. (person)

Alla Marchenko. (person)

Boris Yeltsyn. (person)

Chicago sun-times (corporateBody)

Lev ? Temkin; V. Vladimirov. (person)

Whitney, Craig R. (person)

Muza Zatevakhina. (person)

Las Vegas Review-Journal. (corporateBody)

Mikhail Gorbachev; William Mandel. (person)

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004 (person)

Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States and served two terms in office from 1981 to 1989. He was born on February 6, 1911, in Tampico, Illinois, the second son of Nelle Wilson and John Edward ("Jack") Reagan. His father nicknamed him "Dutch" as a baby. In 1920 the family resettled in Dixon, Illinois. In 1928 Reagan graduated from Dixon High School, where he had been student body president, an actor in school plays, and a student athlete. He partici...

V. Zemliakin; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Immanuel Kant; Friedrich Schelling. (person)

Martin Heidegger. (person)

Father Aleksandr Men; Andrei Tarkovskii. (person)

Elena Kvaskova. (person)

Marina Gorelova. (person)

Panos Theodoridis. (person)

Art Prestige. (corporateBody)

Novgorodskaia pravda. (corporateBody)

Ekran i stsena. (corporateBody)

Irina Khakamada. (person)

Rabotnitsa. (corporateBody)

Oleg Tabakov. (person)

Mary Blume. (person)

Francoise Wagener. (person)

Iosif Josef Brodskii; Osip Mandelhtam. (person)

NA ?. (corporateBody)

Valentin Pikul'. (person)

Vladimir Lenin; L. Dubrovets. (person)

Iurii Kariakin; Aleksandr Borshchagovskii. (person)

Takis Varvitsiotis ?. (person)

Aizek Asimov {Azimov; Ekaterina II ?. (person)

Avrora. (corporateBody)

Whitney, Craig R. (person)

Aleksandra Frolova Kseniia Nekrasova. (person)

L. Vasiliev. (person)

Elsa Triolet; Olga Carlisle. (person)

Panorama (corporateBody)

Viktor Galanter. (person)

Knizhnoe obozrenie. (corporateBody)

R. Mushkina; Aleksandr Osmolovskii. (person)

The Boston Globe. (corporateBody)

Evgenii Primakov. (person)

G. Sokolov. (person)

Inna Karpovich. (person)

Nikolai II. (person)

Mar'iana Markova; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Komsomolets; Moskovskii teatr dramy i komedii na Taganke. (corporateBody)

Sovetskaia molodezh' . (corporateBody)

Northwestern University, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. (corporateBody)

Andrei Uvarov; Roman Uvarov. (person)

VEK (corporateBody)

L. Lavlinskii. (person)

S. Piterskii ? Sergei Pasynkeev ?. (person)

Iurii Kazakov. (person)

Université de Paris (corporateBody)

Aleksandr Mezhirov. (person)

Anselm Hollo. (person)

Triumf Foundation. (corporateBody)

New York State Council on the Arts (corporateBody)

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Elena E. Musatova; Victor Borisov-Musatov. (person)

Leonid Tartynskii. (person)

M. Nikolaev; Herbert Marshall. (person)

Vera Krutilina. (person)

E. Lesnichenko. (person)

Iurii Kublanovskii; Arsenii ? Tarkovskii. (person)

Igor'-Severianin. (person)

Moskovskii khudozhestvennyi akademicheskii teatr. (corporateBody)

Master Grundy. (person)

Maree ? Scarlett. (person)

Al. Mikhailov. (person)

Ol'ga Korbut. (person)

Kuzbass. (corporateBody)

Stefan Kanfer. (person)

Kris Kel'mi. (person)

Voice of America (Organization) (corporateBody)

The Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series was broadcast internationally by the Voice of America radio program, which covered topics in the arts and sciences in mid-twentieth century America. From the description of Voice of America Forum Lectures in American Poetry series scripts, circa 1965. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702202512 American governmental agency broadcasting by radio to audiences in foreign countries. From the description of Vo...

Alexander Prokhanov. (person)

Andrei Tarkovsky Foundation. (corporateBody)

Golos Azii. (corporateBody)

Mikhail Kas'ianov. (person)

Ogonek. (corporateBody)

The Daily News. (corporateBody)

Padrón, Justo Jorge (person)

The Denver Clarion. (corporateBody)

Vladislav Malenko. (person)

Ernst Neizvestnyi Neizvestny. (person)

Centre national d'art et de culture Georges Pompidou. (corporateBody)

University of Pennsylvania; IREX. (corporateBody)

A. Bocharov. (person)

Kseniia Klimova. (person)

RAPS Association Rossiiskaia assotsiatsiia Planirovanie sem'i. (corporateBody)

Televidenie i radio SSSR. (corporateBody)

Aleksandr Strunin. (person)

Allen Ginsberg; Diana Der-Hovanessian. (person)

V. Stoliarov. (person)

Gary Snyder. (person)

Dieter E. Zimmer; Lawrence Ferlinhetti. (person)

Mary Hipp ?. (person)

Grigorii ? Ognev. (person)

Sergei Esenin. (person)

Vitalii Pinin. (person)

Orfei Orpheus. (corporateBody)

Liliana Bulatovich ?. (person)

Nina Krasnova; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Sonia Lescaut. (person)

Iurii ? Grunin. (person)

KPFA Folio. (corporateBody)

Sofiiskii universitet Kliment Okhridskii. (corporateBody)

Liubomir Levchev; Vera Chalkova ?. (person)

A. Kouznetsov. (person)

Voprosy literatury. (corporateBody)

Samuil Marshak. (person)

Wolfgang, Amadeus Mozart (person)

Sovetskaia Kuban' . (corporateBody)

O. A. Severgin. (person)

The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts. (corporateBody)

Bella Akhmadoulina; Claude Blanchemaison. (person)

Liuben Georgiev. (person)

A. Chernitskii. (person)

Boris Grebenshchikov ?. (person)

Vasilii ? Rusakov. (person)

Marie ? -Anna Sarda. (person)

Andrei Voznesenskii; Vladislav Starkov. (person)

Judy T. Sternbergs. (person)

Elena Ukhova. (person)

Pablo de Sarasate. (person)

Nikita Khrushchev; V. Golitsyn. (person)

Genrikh Sapgir. (person)

Sergei Nosov. (person)

La Stampa ?. (corporateBody)

Literaturnaia gazeta. (corporateBody)

Igor' Dudinskii. (person)

L. V. Radina. (person)

Megapolis-ekspress. (corporateBody)

Rosellina Archinto. (person)

V. Nevelkii. (person)

PR Company Aksioma. (corporateBody)

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MOL. (corporateBody)

Novaia Pol'sha. (corporateBody)

Iurate Gurauskaite; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Pennywhistle Press; The Poetry Center of New Mexico. (corporateBody)

Martin Heidegger; Arnold Schwarzenegger. (person)

Svetlana Ovchinnikova. (person)

Mikhael A. Ayvasian; Andrei Voznesenskii. (person)

Alena Elena Ganchikova; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Valentin Tirman; Dr. Hart Wegner. (person)

R. Sturua. (person)

Natalia Bondarenko; Zoia Boguslavskaia. (person)

Renata Litvinova. (person)

Patriarch Aleksii II. (person)

Elena Belova; Marina Tsvetaeva. (person)

Issei Nomura. (person)

B. K. Kalamapas ?. (person)

Latvian Academy of Sciences. (corporateBody)

Washington Post Company (corporateBody)

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V. Popov; Anna Iurkanskaia. (person)

Aleksei Anisimov. (person)

Iaroslavna, Efrosin'ia (person)

Leonid Novikov. (person)

Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk; Institut mirovoi literatury imeni A.M.Gor'kogo. (corporateBody)

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Franz Kafka (b. July 3, 1883, Prague, Czech Republic–d. June 3, 1924, Klosterneuburg, Austria) was a novelist and short story writer, widely regarded as one of the major figures of 20th-century literature. His work, which fuses elements of realism and the fantastic, typically features isolated protagonists faced by bizarre or surrealistic predicaments and incomprehensible social-bureaucratic powers, and has been interpreted as exploring themes of alienation, existential anxiety, guilt, and absur...

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Salvador Dalí (b. May 11, 1904, Figueres, Spain–d. January 23, 1989, Figueres Spain) was a prominent Spanish surrealist artist. Dalí was a skilled draftsman, best known for the striking and bizarre images in his surrealist work. His painterly skills are often attributed to the influence of Renaissance masters. His best-known work, The Persistence of Memory, was completed in August 1931. Dalí's expansive artistic repertoire included film, sculpture, and photography, in collaboration with a range ...

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