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Vladislav Khodasevich
Prideaux Press (March 1971)
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Eighty three poems by Vladislav Khodasevich. Maxim Gorky valued Khodasevich’s poetry highly and Khodasevich, in spite of his difficult, unaccommodating nature, always felt grateful affection toward the older poet.

Eighty three poems by Vladislav Khodasevich. In 1922 Khodasevich, together with his first wife, Nina Berberova, emigrated to Paris, where he became one of the legislators of literary fashion. There he published an anthology of his own translations of Jewish poetry. His second wife was Jewish; after his death, she perished in a Nazi concentration camp. Khodasevich wrote little, but scarcely any of his verse is inferior.

Vladislav Khodasevich (1886-1939) Look for me in spring's transparent air. I flit like vanishing wings, no heavier than a sound, a breath, a sunray o. .

Vladislav Felitsianovich Khodasevich (Russian: Владисла́в Фелициа́нович Ходасе́вич; May 16, 1886 – June 14, 1939) was an influential Russian poet and literary critic who presided over the Berlin circle of Russian emigre litterateurs. Khodasevich was born in Moscow into a family of Felitsian Khodasevich (Polish: Felicjan Chodasiewicz), a Polish nobleman, and Sofiia Iakovlevna (née Brafman), a woman of Jewish descent whose family had converted to Christianity.

The Russian Silver Age, Vladislav Khodasevich, Modern Russian Poetry. Russian Rhyming with Latin: A Neglected Poem by Vladislav Khodasevich.

Both Gor'kii and Khodasevich considered Russian neo-peasant poetry as a literary expression of a peasant nationalist movement that endangered some outcomes of the socialist revolution. There were also differences in their assessment of this literary group however. My analysis of their respective articles dedicated to Sergei Esenin after the poet’s death by suicide, delineates the difference between Gor'kii’s and Khodasevich’s attitude to, and understanding of, neo-peasant poetry

Khodasevich, V. Stat'i o russkoi poezii / On Russian Poetry. Letchworth, Prideaux Press, 1971. 8°. 121 pages. Original Hardcover. Excellent condition with only very minor signs of wear. Rare, out-of-print edition. From the library of important slavist Maurice Friedberg. [Russian Titles for the Specialist - No.17].