>“Nothing turns out right, but something still emerges:” On the Poetry of Natalia Gorbanevskaia

  title={>“Nothing turns out right, but something still emerges:” On the Poetry of Natalia Gorbanevskaia},
  author={Allan Ried},
  journal={Canadian Slavonic Papers},
  pages={351 - 370}
  • Allan Ried
  • Published 1 September 2003
  • History
  • Canadian Slavonic Papers
Abstract Natalia Gorbanevskaia (1936-) began writing poetry in the mid-1950s, gave frequent public readings and was published initially in samizdat and tamizdat, but she first really came to prominence as a political dissident, notably as founder and first editor of The Chronicle of Current Events, then as one of the seven participants in the famous demonstration on Red Square on 25 August 1968 against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia (described in her book Polden’: Delo o demonstratsii 25… 



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