About The Book
Jean-Paul Sartre called Stéphane Mallarmé "the poet of nothingness" while other critics called him "the poet of darkness". This beautiful volume of Ukrainian translations of poems by Stépane Mallarmé is formatted with a French-Ukrainian parallel text and includes 18 sketches by Henri Matisse.
Published in cooperation with the Ukrainian Studies and Research Endowment Fund at the University of Ottawa in the Series in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature.
About The Author
Oleh Zujewskyj (1920-1996) was a poet, translator, and professor at the University of Alberta. Born in Khomutets, Ukraine, he studied journalism in Kharkiv and then completed his studies at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. In addition to his original collections of poetry, Zoloti vorota, Pid znakom feniksa, Kassiopeia, Parafrazy, and …
- Edward Mozejko's review in Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, Vol. XXIII, No. 1 (March 1995), pp. 188-190
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