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Yakutsk

encouraged his work, and would go on to become his mentor. By 1958 he was already well known in literary circles for his poems "The Jewish cemetery near Leningrad" and "Pilgrims". Asked when he first felt called to poetry, he recollected, "In 1959, in Yakutsk, when walking in that terrible city, I went into a bookstore. I snagged a copy of poems by Baratynsky. I had nothing to read. So I read

apart, had all sorts of strange things growing in them. ... It was during these trips, however, that I was privileged to hear the poems "The Hills" and "You Will Gallop in the Dark." Brodsky read them aloud to me between two train cars as we were going towards Tikhvin. Shtern, Ludmila (2004) ''Brodsky: a personal memoir'' Baskerville Publishers p. 63 ISBN 978-1-880909-70-6 + The young Brodsky met the great poet

of the Silver age Anna Akhmatova in 1960. She encouraged his work, and would go on to become his mentor. By 1958 he was already well known in literary circles for his poems "The Jewish cemetery near Leningrad" and "Pilgrims". Asked when he first felt called to poetry, he recollected, "In 1959, in Yakutsk, when walking in that terrible city, I went into a bookstore


Colonial Brazil

, ''Greece & Rome'', Second Series, Vol. 24, No. 1 (Apr., 1977), pp. 57–70. Cambridge University Press. John Dryden composed a famous translation of the ''Metamorphoses'' into stopped rhyming couples during the 18th century, when Ovid was "refashioned ... in its own image, one kind of Augustanism making over another." The Romantic movement of the 19th century, in contrast, considered Ovid and his poems "stuffy, dull, over


Federated States of Micronesia

Kihleng became the first ever Micronesian to publish a collection of poetry in the English language. "Micronesian Poet Publishes Collection of Poems", Office of Insular Affairs, May 12, 2008 Commons:Category:Federated States of Micronesia WikiPedia:Federated States of Micronesia Dmoz:Regional Oceania Micronesia, Federated States of


Eastern Wu

, and puts him in charge of the Eastern part of the Roman Empire. Poetic literature Zhang's poetry was widely read during his life and after his death. In addition to the compilation of Xiao Tong mentioned above, the Eastern Wu official Xue Zong (d. 237) wrote commentary on Zhang's poems "Dongjing fu" and "Xijing fu". Cutter (1984), 11 (footnote 61), 15, (footnote 80), 26 (footnote 141). The influential poet Tao Qian wrote that he admired


Cao Wei

-prose," a uniquely Han offshoot of Chinese poetry's tradition. Cai 2008, p. 59 et seq., Chapter 3 Equally noteworthy is Music Bureau poetry (''yuefu (Yue fu)''), collected and presumably refined popular lyrics from folk music. The end of the Han witnesses a resurgence of the ''shi'' poetry, with the anonymous "19 Old Poems (Nineteen Old Poems)." This collection reflects the emergence of a distinctive five-character line that later became ''shi


Youngstown, Ohio

York: McGraw-Hill. Patchen was born in Niles, Ohio. His father Wayne made his living in the nearby steel mills of Youngstown, Ohio which Patchen would reference in his poems "The Orange Bears" and "May I Ask You A Question, Mr. Youngstown Sheet & Tube?" Smith, L.R. (Larry R. Smith), ''Kenneth Patchen: Rebel Poet in America'', Huron, Ohio: Bottom Dog Press, 2000, ISBN 0-933087-59-4, ISBN 13


Second Polish Republic

of the term. According to him, ''kresy'' originally meant borderline between Poland and Crimean Khanate, in the area of the lower Dnieper. The word ''kresy'' was probably used for the first time in literature by Wincenty Pol in his poems "Mohort" (1854) and "Pieśń o ziemi naszej". Pol claimed that it was the line from the Dniester to the Dnieper River, the Tatar borderland. At the beginning of the 20th century, the meaning of the term expanded to include


German Empire

and Dresden. Iova, p.xxxiv Between 1890 and the end of 1893, he had published three works: his debut in poetry (''Poezii'', "Poems"), the first volume of ''Schiţe din literatura română'' ("Sketches on Romanian Literature", 1893; second volume 1894), and his Leipzig thesis, printed in Paris as ''Thomas III, marquis de Saluces. Étude historique et littéraire'' ("Thomas, Margrave of Saluzzo. Historical and Literary


Indianapolis

blended with existentialism, that gradually moved toward what Indiana calls "sculptural poems". The Indy 500 race in Indianapolis each year bears some vestige of its original purpose as a proving ground for automobile manufacturers, in that it once gave an advantage in engine displacement to engines based on stock production engines, as distinct from out-and-out racing engines designed from scratch. One factor in identifying production engines from


Cyprus

and said to be the "sultan of the poems". Gazioğlu, Ahmet C. (1990). The Turks in Cyprus: a province of the Ottoman Empire (1571–1878), 293–295, K. Rüstem. Modern literary figures from Cyprus include the poet and writer Kostas Montis, poet Kyriakos Charalambides, poet Michalis Pasiardis, writer Nicos Nicolaides, Stylianos Atteshlis, Altheides, Loukis Akritas


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