Hasso Krull 
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Hasso Krull 
Author

Foto © Jyri J. Dubov
* 31.01.1964, Tallinn, Estland, Estonie
Réside à: Talinn, Estland, Estonie

Hasso Krull, an Estonian poet, essayist and translator, was born in 1964 in Tallinn. He studied Estonian Linguistics and Literature until 1985 at the Pedagogic University of Tallinn. Krull has played a major role in the propagation of modern French philosophy within the Estonian literary-critical discourse, and has, as a theorist, been primarily concerned with post-structuralism and post-modernism.
Hasso Krull is one of the most important writers and thinkers to emerge from Estonia since the country regained independence in 1991. Among his numerous books of poetry are Talv (Winter, 2006); and Neli korda neli (Four Times Four, 2009). Krull’s poetry is strongly rooted in the Estonian landscape, but reaches far beyond regional concerns due to its attention to the details of modern life and the intellect of the poet. In recent years, Krull has been strongly attracted to mythologies, creation stories and cosmology. 
He has received numerous awards, including the Baltic Assembly's Prize for Literature in 2005, and the Annual Prize of the Cultural Endowment of Estonia for poetry in 2002 and 2010. Krull translates from six European languages, and since 2001 is co-publisher with Kalju Kruusa of an internet journal devoted to Estonian translations of poetry.

 Foto © Jyri J. Dubov
Publications
  • Kornukoopia

    poetry

    Tallinn: Vagabund, 2001

  • Meeter ja Demeeter. Eepos

    poetry

    Tallinn: Vagabund, 2004

  • Talv

    poetry

    Tallinn: Tuum, 2006

  • Jatulintarha Hussaid Kiviring

    (poetry, trilingual: Finnish, Võro, Estonian)

    Pärnu: Jumalikud ilmutused, 2007

  • Neli korda neli

    poetry

    Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2009

  • Veel ju vist

    poetry

    Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2012

  • Kui kivid olid veel pehmed

    Poetry

    Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2014

  • Pesa. Muna

    essays and poems

    Tallinn: Eesti Keele Sihtasutus, 2014

  • Mustvalge

    (As Max Harnoon)

    poetry

    Tallinn: Näo Kirik, 2015

  • Mõistatuse sild

    essays

    Tartu: Kaksikhammas, 2016

  • Kandsime redelit kaasas

    poetry

    Tartu: Kaksikhammas, 2017

  • Euroopa

    poetry

    Tartu: Kaksikhammas, 2018

Prix
  • 2001 Estonian Cultural Endowment's Award for Poetry

  • 2005 Baltic Assembly Prize

  • 2009 Estonian Cultural Endowment's Award for Poetry

  • 2015 Estonian Cultural Endowment's Award for Literature

  • 2017 Estonian Cultural Endowment's Essay Award

  • 2017 Estonian Cultural Endowment's Article Award

Liens
  • Hasso Krull @ Poetry International Web

    Website
  • Hasso Krull @ Estonian Literature Centre

    Website
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