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Mandelstam

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1. Nadezhda (Yakovlevna) , born Nadezhda Khazina. 1899--1980, Soviet writer, wife of Osip Mandelstam: noted for her memoirs Hope against Hope (1971) and Hope Abandoned (1973) describing life in Stalin's Russia
2. Osip (Emilyevich) . 1891--?1938, Soviet poet and writer, born in Warsaw; he was persecuted by Stalin and died in a labour camp. His works include Tristia (1922), Poems (1928), and the autobiographical Journey to Armenia (1933)
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In a direct response to those, who, during the Khrushchev's thaw of the 1960s (39), wondered whether there had to be, in fact, a limit, a measure of some kind to how many times the stories of Stalin's purges and repressions could be told, Nadezhda Mandelstam wrote,
The truth, he noted, resides in the "soft-spoken" poems of the Russian writers in Soviet exile such as Osip Mandelstam and in those of Anna Akhmatova, "who, in post revolutionary Russia, saw Dostoevsky's most depressing forebodings confirmed" (17).
THE STORY: In 1934, Osip Mandelstam, one of the 20th century's greatest poets, encounters obstacles getting published in totalitarian Russia.
Mandelstam and Heaney effectively dismiss Dante's religion, separating his creativity, intimacy, and delight in experimentation from his theology--as if religion could never be creative, intimate, or innovative.
In her memoir of Theresienstadt, Lucy Mandelstam wrote: "As time passed I learned my way around the ghetto .
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He was one of the voiceless men--"Ten steps away no one hears our speeches"--in Osip Mandelstam's poem about Stalin, a poem that got Mandelstam arrested, exiled, and killed.
As a translator of Mandelstam, she evokes his image of poetry as an aeroplane flying, giving birth to a baby aeroplane that flies on its own.
In a midtown leasing transaction handled by the New York office of Staubach Company, the law firm of Dornbush Mensch Mandelstam & Schaeffer, LLP has signed a long-term renewal for the entire 11th floor comprising approximately 14,000 square feet of space at 747 Third Avenue in Manhattan.
Indeed, Nafisi frequently appeals to the rich lineage of dissident writing, quoting such authors as the Russian poet Osip Mandelstam and novelist Vladimir Nabokov, among others, and connecting their experiences of oppression and heartbreak to her own and to that of her students.
Moreover the writings of Stalin's contemporaries such as Solzhenitsyn, Ginzburg, Mandelstam and the numerous others who experienced Uncle Joe's hospitality at first hand have obviously passed him by.
By the end of the 30's, Mayakovsky, Esenin, Mandelstam, Klyuev, Pilnyak and a host of other writers had committed suicide or been killed in the Gulag.