Grigory Krugkov
Orbits of Words: Russian Poetry and European Tradition


This book could be called "Notes of the Babylonian Astrologer," according to its author, the famous poet and translator Grigory Kruzhkov. In articles devoted to Pushkin and the poets of the "Lake School", Pasternak and Shakespeare, Mandelstam and Frost, as well as Akhmatova, Gumilev and many other Russian and English poets, he manifests himself as an astute reader and researcher who is attracted by the crossing of poetic orbits and all kinds of roll calls of poems written in different languages. The book is intended for everyone who loves poetry and wants to better understand the language spoken by poets.

ISBN 978-5-89059-419-8