Voznesensky


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Voznesensky

(Russian vəznɪˈsjɛnskij)
n
(Biography) Andrei (Andreievich) (anˈdrjej).1933–2010, Russian poet, noted for his experimental style

Voz•ne•sen•sky

(ˌvɒz nəˈsɛn ski)

n.
Andrei (Andreievich), born 1933, Soviet poet.
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He ended by indicating the stone in the yard off the Voznesensky Prospect under which the purse and the trinkets were found.
He went off with the noisy group of Rogojin's friends towards the Voznesensky, while the prince's route lay towards the Litaynaya.
The majority of allotments are registered in Vitovsky (2 433), Pervomaisk (1 443), Berezansky (1 267) and Voznesensky (1 167) districts of Mykolaiv region.
Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation Azer Talybov, Deputy Director of the Department for State Regulation of Precious Metals, Precious Stones and Currency Control of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation Sergey Voznesensky, Director of the National Payment System Department of the Bank of Russia Alla Bakina, Director of Finances, Investments, and Banks programme of Russian Economic School Oleg Shibanov gave speeches at the conference.
"I am Goya" (Andrei Voznesensky, English translation by the composer), for BBar [[G.sub.2]-[A.sub.4]], fl, ob, vn, vc, 1977.
Xu Z, Choudhary S, Okada Y, Voznesensky O, Alander C, Raisz L, et al.
The event served as the scene for Voznesensky's later poem "Avos!" and libretto for the rock opera, where Conchita declares, "I will never see you--I will never forget you!" She would become a nun in Monterrey and would tell others about her love for the Russian officer for decades afterward.
Notable exceptions were the survivors Pasternak and Akhmatova and, in the war generation, Arseny Tarkovsky (the filmmaker's father), who worked in the literary field but simply wrote "for the desk." Also the 60s icon Andrei Voznesensky (1933-2010), who managed to bridge the official and unofficial worlds through his acquaintance with Allen Ginsberg, and by assuming the mantle of the lionized Mayakovsky.
Mandelstam Mayakovsky Pasternak Bulgakov Tsvetaeva Yevtushenko Voznesensky and all the disappeared who could have been Requiem 1930-1940 In the endless silence of the prison yard the nearly endless silence I am recognized.
The noted Russian poet Andrei Voznesensky called her to Wachtel's attention.