Andrei Voznesensky was a Russian poet and artist often associated with Russia's 1960's Thaw period. He was born in 1933 and is considered a major figure in Russian literature, with many of his works later being staged as theatrical plays and becoming the basis of operatic productions. His collection of poems, Ostanovka V Pustyne (A Stop in the Desert), was published in 1961 and received much critical acclaim. Following its success, Voznesensky continued to write and publish numerous works, including An Arrow in the Wall, Between Heaven and Earth, and The Inscription of a Great Victory.
Russian literature, Soviet literature, poetry, bards, Thaw period.
— Mei Wang
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