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Poetry from Peru and Russia, MPT 11

Daniel Weissbort introduces James Kirkup, the latest in our series of featured translators and notes that he raises general questions about translation that are answered both explicitly and through Kirkup's poetic practice. There is also a large selection of Peruvian poets and a substantial overflow from Russian poets for whom room could not be found in MPT 10.Finally there is our usual range of poets, in alphabetical order according to their country of origin from Argentina to Uruguay and some reviews.

   

MPT 11:  Poetry from Peru and Russia

MPT has a rare and precious talent for illuminating the world's more perplexing places in a blaze of verse.Boyd Tonkin
The Independent

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