Rhythm and Free Verse Across the Slavic Belt
World Languages and Literatures
Selected by translator Dasha C. Nisula, this unique volume traces the development of modern free verse that extends from Croatia on the Adriatic to Russia in the East. Included are early pieces from the West to East Slavic belt, with the majority of the works focusing on the Russian Whitmanist Vladimir Burich, and the contemporary master of free verse in Russia, Vyacheslav Kupriyanov. This volume captures feeling, essence, rhythm, and depth through superb translations. Also included are an Introduction by the translator, and endworks: “Vladimir Burich Unbound” with Notes, “Reflections on Free Verse” by Arvo Mets, a Vladimir Burich bibliography, Vyacheslav Kupriyanov bibliography with Awards, and Alphabetical listing About the Poets – West Slavic Belt and East Slavic Belt; and a Translator’s Note.
Language Interpretation and Translation | Poetry | Slavic Languages and Societies
Nisula, Dasha Culic, "Rhythm and Free Verse Across the Slavic Belt" (2023). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 842.