Natalia Azarova 
Author

Poemas

Original

Übersetzung

[когда моисей ходил по бульвару ротшильда...] ruso

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[из земель ярче огрызок...] ruso

Traducciones: de sv

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красные краны на сером ruso

Traducciones: de

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Natalia Azarova 
Author

Foto © Ekaterina Bogdanova
* 23.09.1956, Moscow, Rusia
Vive en: Moscow, Rusia

Natalia Azarova was born on the 23rd of September 1956 in Moscow. She graduated in Spanish philology from Moscow State University, there has got her PhD and later was awarded a doctorate in letters from the Institute of Language Studies in the Russian Academy of Sciences where she serves currently as a senior fellow and the head of The Center of World Poetry Studies. Started writing poetry quite late in her life, Azarova had published eight poetical books through ten years. Besides this, she wrote two monographs about the language of philosophy and it's interdependence with poetical language, and produced a number of important translations of world poetry, amoung them there are the new Russian version of Du Fu’s selected poems, the work of acute urgency, as well as the first Russian translation of the "Ode Marítima" by Fernando Pessoa, that latter work was awarded with the Andrei Bely Prize in 2014.

 Foto © Ekaterina Bogdanova
Azarova's poetry is remarkable with its dedication to open structures including its unconventional, highly individual graphic design, its rich sonority and rhythmical diversity based on uncompromising disregard of canonized meters and rhymes, unpredictabe and ambiguous syntax, paradoxical transformations of common idioms... Above all Azarova’s poems struggle to discover in speech the potentials of its pliability, to sublate the contradiction between avant-garde experience of absolute author's ruling power in the realm of language and postmodern willingness to get rid of authorship in favor of self-deploying powers of discourse. Azarova writes from the first person perspective, sharing her biography and geography with her poems, and in this she manages to make juxtaposed words and superimposed pictures telling far more than the author herself might intend them to say.

Publicaciones
  • Телесное-лесное

    Графика А. Лазарева

    Москва: РИК Русанова, 2004

  • 57577

    Переписка в форме традиционной японской поэзии

    Совместно с Анной Альчук

    Москва: Логос/Гнозис, 2004

  • Цветы и птицы

    Графика А. Лазарева

    М.: Логос/Гнозис, 2006

  • ШПУ

    Совместно с Б. Констриктором

    Москва: Логос/Гнозис, 2006

  • Буквы моря

    Поэма-орнамент

    Графика А. Лазарева

    Москва: Изд-во Руслана Элинина, 2008

  • Соло равенства

    Художник А. Лазарев

    Москва: Новое литературное обозрение, 2011

  • Раззавязывание

    Книга стихов

    Москва: Книжное обозрение (АРГО-РИСК), 2014

  • Календарь

    Книга стихов

    Москва: ОГИ, 2014

  • Ду Фу. Стихотворения

    Проект Наталии Азаровой

    Москва: ОГИ, 2012

  • Язык философии и язык поэзии – движение навстречу (грамматика, лексика, текст)

    Монография

    Москва: Логос/Гнозис, 2010

  • Типологический очерк языка русских философских текстов

    Монография

    Москва: Логос/Гнозис, 2010

Premios
  • 2014 Премия Андрея Белого

Links
  • Personal site

    Website
  • Natalia Azarova @ New Russian Literary Map (Russian)

    Biography, bibliography, critical reviews, links

    Website
  • Natalia Azarova @ Faces of Russian Literature (Russian)

    Pictures of the poet

    Website