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"In the Tight Triangle of the Night"

The Early Poetry of Yuriy Tarnawsky (19561971), between Modernism and Postmodernism

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‘In the Tight Triangle of the Night’ is a significant new contribution to American and Ukrainian literary history. The present book reveals Yuriy Tarnawsky’s distinctive poetic voice largely fueled by the European and American literary and philosophical trends from the late 1950s to the early 1970s,  thus making his oeuvre far richer and more crucial for the understanding of not only the experience of Ukrainian emigration but also the cultural shifts of his time.  In addition to providing thorough philosophical,  historical, and cultural contexts to Tarnawsky’s works, the book includes unique archival texts. The work brings the Ukrainian émigré poet’s experience to thriving life within contemporary debates on the complexity of reality. Through the insightful exploration of aesthetic theories, literary trends, and poet’s lyrical works, Maria Grazia Bartolini invites her readers to uncover a wealth of new knowledge. Enjoy!” 

— Tetiana Ostapchuk, Visiting Researcher, University College London


“Maria Grazia Bartolini’s brilliant book combines deep literary and philosophical knowledge with the fruits of archival research, providing her readers with long-awaited insights into the work of one of the most compelling voices of Ukrainian-American literature. Contributing exciting perspectives on the history of twentieth-century Ukrainian poetry, ‘In the Tight Triangle of the Night’ offers close readings of key texts by Yuri Tarnawsky and studies the profound changes that his poetics underwent over the years. Bartolini engages in innovative discussions of the dynamics of modernism and postmodernism in Ukrainian literature and brings to light new materials on the heritage of Ukrainian culture in the diaspora, including its literary contacts with Soviet Ukraine. In Bartolini’s interpretation, Tarnawsky is a poet at the cutting edge of Western art whose works invite us to reconsider the history of Ukrainian literature and redouble our attention to its global entanglements.”

— Alessandro Achilli, University of Cagliari

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Detaljer

Forlag
Academic Studies Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
200
ISBN
9798887193885
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 16 cm

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«

‘In the Tight Triangle of the Night’ is a significant new contribution to American and Ukrainian literary history. The present book reveals Yuriy Tarnawsky’s distinctive poetic voice largely fueled by the European and American literary and philosophical trends from the late 1950s to the early 1970s,  thus making his oeuvre far richer and more crucial for the understanding of not only the experience of Ukrainian emigration but also the cultural shifts of his time.  In addition to providing thorough philosophical,  historical, and cultural contexts to Tarnawsky’s works, the book includes unique archival texts. The work brings the Ukrainian émigré poet’s experience to thriving life within contemporary debates on the complexity of reality. Through the insightful exploration of aesthetic theories, literary trends, and poet’s lyrical works, Maria Grazia Bartolini invites her readers to uncover a wealth of new knowledge. Enjoy!” 

— Tetiana Ostapchuk, Visiting Researcher, University College London


“Maria Grazia Bartolini’s brilliant book combines deep literary and philosophical knowledge with the fruits of archival research, providing her readers with long-awaited insights into the work of one of the most compelling voices of Ukrainian-American literature. Contributing exciting perspectives on the history of twentieth-century Ukrainian poetry, ‘In the Tight Triangle of the Night’ offers close readings of key texts by Yuri Tarnawsky and studies the profound changes that his poetics underwent over the years. Bartolini engages in innovative discussions of the dynamics of modernism and postmodernism in Ukrainian literature and brings to light new materials on the heritage of Ukrainian culture in the diaspora, including its literary contacts with Soviet Ukraine. In Bartolini’s interpretation, Tarnawsky is a poet at the cutting edge of Western art whose works invite us to reconsider the history of Ukrainian literature and redouble our attention to its global entanglements.”

— Alessandro Achilli, University of Cagliari

»

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