A voice: selected poems

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Northwestern University Press, 2004 - Poetry - 67 pages
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A first collection of poems by one of Russia's emerging "outsider" poets.

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Anzhelina Polonskaya was born in 1969 in Malakhovka, a town thirty miles outside Moscow. Formerly an ice dancer in a traveling Russian troupe, she is the author of four collections in Russian: A Voice (2002), The Sky Through a Private's Eye (1999), Poems (1998), and My Heavenly Torch (1993). She currently lives in Malakhovka, Russia.

Anzhelina Polonskaya was born in 1969 in Malakhovka, a town thirty miles outside Moscow. Formerly an ice dancer in a traveling Russian troupe, she is the author of four collections in Russian: A Voice (2002), The Sky Through a Private's Eye (1999), Poems (1998), and My Heavenly Torch (1993). She currently lives in Malakhovka, Russia.

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