Uncensored Poetry -- Stihi Bez Tsenzury (Russian Edition) : Collection of Modern Russian Politically Uncensored Poems
Sergei Gora, Russian linguist and poet, addresses social phenomena which have been considered taboo by both the Soviet authorities and the modern day Russian regime. The aforementioned is combined with the author's sarcasm directed at allegedly reputable and... ineffective international institutions along with several western leaders. In social and political matters, the author touches upon popular beliefs which often appear to be bias, superstitious or fake. The main idea of Uncensored Poetry is reflected by the utmost priority of the societal will comprised of millions of people over individual authoritarian wrongdoings. In depicting various officials, law enforcement and religious characters, Sergei Gora uses different language-related techniques to provide colorful and register-relevant expressions of the human attitude. Please, enjoy his stylistic and idiosyncratic virtuosity.
- Paperback | 136 pages
- 152 x 229 x 7mm | 191g
- 20 Feb 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Sergei Gora
Born in the USSR. Doctoral degree (Ph.D.) from Saint Petersburg State University. In the U.S. since 1994. U.S. citizen. Professor in a world-leading Foreign Language Center. Presented at multiple international conventions on Applied Linguistics and Slavic Studies. Also worked in CIS-related positions in several multinational corporations. Hosted talk shows on Russian national TV. Published worldwide. Worked in the UK, Germany, Austria, India, Poland and Hungary.