Natalya Gorbanevskaya 
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Natalya Gorbanevskaya 
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* 26.05.1936, Moscow, روسيا
29.11.2013, فرنسا

Natalya Gorbanevskaya was a Russian poet, translator and civil rights activist, who possed the citizenship of Poland. She graduated from Leningrad University, department of philology, in 1964 and worked as a technical editor and translator. Her poems since the early 1960-ies had a wide ciculation in ‘samizdat’, many of them were published abroad. Gorbanevskaya was an active participant of the Soviet "dissident movement," co-editor of "Chronicle of Current Events", a periodical that focused on human rights in the Soviet Union. In 1968 she was one of eight protesters to demonstrate in Red Square, Moscow against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia and then was arrested and imprisoned in a Soviet psychiatric prison for two years. In 1975, Gorbanevskaya emigrated, and lived in Paris since. There she collaborated for years with leading editions of Russian emigration, 9 poetry collections appeared since 1969 in Germany, France and USA followed 11 collections and two books of selected poems published in Russia after 1996. Gorbanevskaya also published two collections of her translations from Polish poetry (especially Czesław Miłosz) and the documentary about 1968 Red Square demonstration and trial of its participants.

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المنشورات
  • Stikhi

    Frankfurt-am-Main: Posev, 1969

  • Poberezh’e

    Ann-Arbor (USA): Ardis, 1973

  • Tri tetradi stikhotvoreniy

    Bremen: K-Presse, 1975

  • Pereletaya snezhnuyu granitsu

    Paris: YMCA-Press, 1979

  • Angel dereviannyi

    Ann-Arbor (USA): Ardis, 1982

  • Chuzhiye kamni

    New York: Russika, 1983

  • Peremennaya oblachnost’

    Paris: Kontakt, 1986

  • Gde i kogda

    Paris: Kontakt, 1986

  • Tsvet vereska

    Tenafly (USA): Ermitazh, 1993

  • Ne spi na zakate

    Saint-Petersburg: Liki Rossii, 1996

  • Nabor

    Moskau: ARGO-RISK, 1996

  • Kto o chem poyet

    Moskau: ARGO-RISK, 1997

  • 13 vos’mistishiy i eshche 67 stikhotvoreniy

    Moskau; Kolonna, Tver’: ARGO-RISK,

  • Posledniye stikhi togo veka

    Moskau; Kolonna, Tver’: ARGO-RISK, 2001

  • Russko-russkiy razgovor

    Moskau: OGI, 2003

  • Chainaya roza

    Moskau: Novoye literaturnoye obozreniye, 2006

  • Razvilki

    Samara: Dom iskusstv, 2010

  • Krugi po vode

    Novoye izdatel’stvo, 2010

  • Shtoito

    Moskau: ARGO-RISK & Knizhnoye obozreniye, 2011

  • Osovoprosnik

    Moskau: ARGO-RISK & Knizhnoye obozreniye, 2013

  • Goroda i dorogi

    Moskau: Russkiy Gulliver, 2013

  • I togda ya vlyubilas’ v chuzhiye stikhi...

    Izbrannyie perevody iz pol’skoi poezii

    Warschau–Krakau: Izdatel’stvo Natsional’noi biblioteki, 2006

  • Moy Milosz

    Moskau: Novoye izdatel’stvo, 2012

  • Polden’: Delo o demonstratsii 25 avgusta 1968 goda na Krasnoi ploshchadi

    Moskau: Novoye izdatel’stvo, 2007

  • Poems. The Trial. Prison

    Translated from Russian by D. Weissbort

    Littlehampton Book Services Ltd., 1972

  • Selected Poems

    Translated from Russian by D. Weissbort

    Carcanet Press, 2011

  • Izbrannye stikhotvoreniya

    Compiled by Igor Bulatovsky

    SPb.: Izdatel'stvo Ivana Limbakha, 2015

جوائز
  • 2005 Doctor honoris causa from Lublin University, Poland

  • 2011 Russian Prize / Russkaya Premiya for Russian authors living abroad

Links
  • Natalya Gorbanevskaya @ Faces of Russian Literature (Russian)

    Pictures of the poet

    Website
  • Natalya Gorbanevskaya @ New Russian Literary Map (Russian)

    Biography, bibliography, critical reviews, links

    Website