Yevtushenko


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 (yĕv′tə-shĕng′kō, yĭf-to͞o-shĕn′kə), Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Born 1933.
Russian poet. His work, including "Babi Yar" (1961), often examines Soviet political and social problems.
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Yevtushenko

(ˌjɛvtuːˈʃɛŋkəʊ; Russian jɪftuˈʃɛnkə)
n
(Biography) Yevgeny Aleksandrovich (jɪvˈɡjenij alɪkˈsandrəvitʃ). born 1933, Russian poet. His often outspoken poetry includes Babi Yar (1962), Bratsk Station (1966), and Farewell to Red Banner (1992)
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Yev•tu•shen•ko

(ˌyɛv tʊˈʃɛŋ koʊ)

n.
Yevgeny Alexandrovich, born 1933, Russian poet.
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Noun1.Yevtushenko - Russian poet who expressed the feelings of the post-Stalinist generation (born in 1933)
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