Art in the light of conscience: eight essays on poetry

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Bristol Classical Press, 1992 - Literary Criticism - 214 pages
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In essays Tsvetaeva wrote between 1922 and 1934 while an emigre, she airs gripes about bad criticism and shares her infectious enthusiasm for Russian poetry and poets, including her contemporaries in ... Read full review

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Thank you Bloodaxe Books. These are profound and passionate essays, written with a sense of urgency, coming from the heart of a poet. Read full review

Contents

Downpour of Light
21
The Poet on the Critic
39
History of a Dedication in part
64
Copyright

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