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Arkadii Dragomoshchenko


photo: ©2010 Charles Bernstein/PennSound

Appearing on Close Listening hosted by Charles Bernstein, Kelly Writers House, November 3, 2010

Presented by Writers Without Borders.

Program One: Reading
Translations read by Charles Bernstein.
  1. Ludwig Joseph Johann, translation by Thomas Epstein (4:17): MP3
  2. Ludwig Joseph Johann (2:49): MP3
  3. But as in Anyone's Body, translation by Genya Turovskaya (0:38): MP3
  4. But as in Anyone's Body (0:32): MP3
  5. You See the Mountains and Think Them Immobile, translation by Lyn Hejinian (3:23): MP3
  6. You See the Mountains and Think Them Immobile (3:15): MP3
  7. Possible Indications, translation by Genya Turovskaya (2:48): MP3
  8. Possible Indications (2:29): MP3
  9. It is Told in the Qur'an, translated by Anna Glazova (7:21): MP3
  10. To Trofim K. Dragomoshchenko, translation by Genya Turovskaya (3:57): MP3
  11. To Trofim K. Dragomoshchenko (2:59): MP3
  12. The Grandmother Story (introduction to Untitled Poem), translated by Kevin Platt (3:52): MP3
  13. Untitled Poem, translation by Jacob Edmund (1:27): MP3
  14. Untitled Poem (1:55): MP3
  15. introduction to To a Statesman, translated by Kevin Platt (3:34): MP3
  16. To a Statesman, translation by Genya Turovskaya (4:54): MP3
  17. To a Statesman (3:29): MP3
  18. There They Go, translation by Genya Turovskaya (2:38): MP3
  19. There They Go (2:15): MP3