The Poetry of Survival: Post-war Poets of Central and Eastern Europe
Anvil Press Poetry, 1991 - East European poetry - 384 pages
Offers a guide to the major poets who found a voice for the experience of survival. This title focuses on the first post-war generation of Central and East European poets, who wrote in direct response to a war of unprecedented destruction in Europe.
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