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The Stray Dog Cabaret

A Book of Russian Poems (New York Review Books Classics)

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Published by NYRB Classics .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Poetry anthologies: from c 1900 -,
  • Russian & Former Soviet Union,
  • Poetry,
  • Russian,
  • Russia (Federation),
  • Russian poetry,
  • Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • Poetry / Anthologies (multiple authors),
  • 20th century,
  • Saint Petersburg

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsHonor Moore (Afterword), Catherine Ciepiela (Introduction), Paul Schmidt (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8845298M
    ISBN 101590171918
    ISBN 109781590171912

    She is the editor of Amy Lowell: Selected Poems for the Library of America and co-editor of The Stray Dog Cabaret, A Book of Russian Poems, translated by Paul Schmidt. She teaches in the graduate writing programs at The New School and Columbia University School of the Arts. The author sheds new light on The Four Cats cabaret in Barcelona where Picasso's work was first shown in ; London's Cave of the Golden Calf where a modernist avant-garde gathered in ; The Stray Dog, headquarters of pre-revolutionary St Petersburg bohemia; The Thorn, East Berlin's answer to West Berlin's cabaret culture during the Cold.

    In the years before the Russian Revolution, the Stray Dog cabaret in St. Petersburg was the haunt of poets, artists, and musicians, a place to meet, drink, read, brawl, celebrate, and stage performances of all kinds. It has since become a symbol of the extraordinary literary ferment of that time. It was then that. Story: To paraphrase protagonist Clifford Bradshaw, “there was a place called The Kit Kat Klub in a city called Berlin in a country called Germany and we were all fast asleep.”Author: Mark Bretz.

      In the years before the Russian Revolution, the Stray Dog cabaret in St. Petersburg was the haunt of poets, artists, and musicians, a place to meet, drink, read, brawl, celebrate, and stage performances of all kinds. It has since become a symbol of the extraordinary literary ferment of that time. The latest production from Stray Dog Theatre, the cabaret-style DIsenchanted! is composer/lyricist/book writer Dennis T. Giacino’s take on this popular idea. It turns out to be something of a mixed bag in terms of orginality, but it’s still a lot of fun and features some memorable performances from an .


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The translator also performed them live, and I can hear /5(5). This book has inspired me to open up a cabaret in New Orleans and call it The Stray Dog Cabaret.

It'll be just like the one in turn of the century Russia, except these poets won't commit suicide. I love the Russians. This is a fabulous book of poetry, not only because of the original poets, but the translations are well adapted for the audience/5.

This book gives a verse portrait of the circle of Russian poets that formed around the Stray Dog Cabaret in pre-revolutionary St.

Petersburg. The translation is tuned for the spoken word and to American ears. The translator also performed them live, and I can hear /5. In the years before the Russian Revolution, the Stray Dog cabaret in St.

Petersburg was the haunt of poets, artists, and musicians, a place to meet, drink, read, brawl, celebrate, and stage performances of all kinds.

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The latest production from Stray Dog Theatre, the cabaret-style DIsenchanted. is composer/lyricist/book writer Dennis T. The translations he did for that production are the basis of the anthology The Stray Dog Cabaret. The book is a memorial to the time—beginning aroundand concluding after Stalin’s rise to power—when Alexander Blok and Anna Akhmatova created pellucid elegiac stanzas, Osip Mandelstam meditated on existential dilemmas, Vladimir.

Book review: The Stray Dog Cabaret Posted on November 8, by soliony How much artistic license you or I, as people on the receiving end of an aesthetic transaction, are willing to accord a poet, painter, movie director, comedian, or other creative person is, I suppose, dependent on many things: our temperament, the medium, the subject.

Paul Schmidt's translations of Russian poetry in The Stray Dog Cabaret offer another example of poetry as the lubricant for socialization and community.

Unfortunately for almost all of the poets under survey in the anthology, the book also focuses on the fracturing and destruction of just such a community either from within, as individuals are Author: Allen Mozek.

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