A captive lion: the life of Marina Tsvetayeva

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Dutton, Aug 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 289 pages
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Traces the life of the Russian poet, describes the background of her times, and attempts to portray her complex personality

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A captive lion: the life of Marina Tsvetayeva

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Tsvetayeva (1892-1941), one of the greatest of Russian poets, addressed our beleaguered century in a unique, forceful voice. In Feinstein she has found a superb translator and a biographer whose ... Read full review

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Acknowledgements
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18921907
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19071912
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About the author (1987)

She is a prize-winning poet, novelist & biographer was made a fellow of the royal Society of Literature in 1980 & has written biographies of D. H. Lawrence, Marina Tsvetayeva & Aleksandr Pushkin.

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