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Chinese Sun (Eastern European Poets) (edition 2005)

by Arkadii Dragomoshchenko

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Title:Chinese Sun (Eastern European Poets)
Authors:Arkadii Dragomoshchenko
Info:Ugly Duckling Presse (2005), Paperback, 326 pages
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This a very special little book. I'd favorably compare it to Lyn Hejinian's book 'My Life', which i also love for its compositional inventiveness and acute observations. It belongs to a rare breed of literature.
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Fiction. Poetry. Translated from the Russian by Evgeny Pavlov. Arkadii Dragomoschenko came to us first as a samizdat/underground poet, his lines & gestures signaling an opening to new discoveries & freedoms in what had been the closed world of the Soviet superstate. That freedom as a poet resided squarely in the heart of his poetry--its language & form serving as the conduits for thoughts & realities previously obscured. Now, in CHINESE SUN, he launches a fresh assault, this time on the world of prose--a poet's reconfiguration (transformation) of the novel & a work that crosses open borders as a gift to all of us.

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