The New Russian Poets: 1953 to 1966 (An Anthology)
Boris Pasternak, Bulat Okudzhava, George Reavy, Alexander Tvardovsky, Leonid Martynov, Victor Bokov, Boris Slutsky, Yevgeny Vino
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dual language translation (russian and english)
selected, edited, translated and author of included essay "The New Trends and Voices in Soviet Poetry"
this is another a useful anthology of Soviet poetry. it is nowhere near as comprehensive as "20th Century Russian Poetry: Silver and Steel" that is on the tracker. however, this does have the advantage of being dual language, to any english speaking russian learner, and it has a nice essay by the translator.
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