1967 Bratsk Station, and other new poems
Bratsk Station, and other new poems By Yevgeny Yevtushenko. A Doubleday Anchor Original, introduction by Rosh Ireland, published in 1967. Yevgeny Yevtushenko is one of the most well-known of modern Russian poets in the West. He became famous as a supposedly "dissident" poet by speaking out against the Stalin regime.
This volume is the first publication in America of the complete Bratsk Station, Yevtushenko‘s major work, an epic cycle of thirty five poems about the building of the hydroelectric power station at Bratsk in Siberia. This book is in good vintage condition, the cover shows ware, the pages are clean with no writing or marks, and the binding is tight.
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