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Vasko Popa: Complete Poems 1953-1987

Vasko Popa

Edited by Francis R. Jones

Translated by Anne Pennington and Francis R. Jones

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ISBN: 978 0 856464 34 8
Imprint: Anvil Press Poetry
Published: August 2011
216 x 138 x 38 mm
488 pages
Publisher: Carcanet Press
Also available in: Hardback
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  • Vasko Popa
    Vasko Popa (1922–1991) was born in the Banat district of Yugoslavia. During World War II he fought with a partisan group; afterwards he studied in Vienna and Bucharest before completing his education at the University of Belgrade. He was elected to the Serbian Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1972 and ... read more
    Francis R. Jones
    Francis R. Jones (b. 1955) studied Serbo-Croat and German at Cambridge and modern Serbo-Croat poetry at the University of Sarajevo. He has translated several volumes each of poetry by Serbian poet Ivan V. Lalić and Dutch poet Hans Faverey, as well as volumes by the poets Mak Dizdar and Skender Kulenović ... read more
    Anne Pennington
    Anne Pennington (1934–1981) was a Fellow of Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford where she held the university’s Chair of Comparative Slavonic Philology. Her translations include Poems by Blaže Koneski (1979) and Vasko Popa's anthology The Golden Apple (Anvil, 1980 and 2010), both with Andrew Harvey; Marko the Prince: Serbo-Croat Heroic Songs (1984) ... read more
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