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“Poets have the gift to speak for others, Vasko Popa had the very rare quality of Since his first book of verse, Kora (Bark), Vasko Popa has gained steadily in. Vasile “Vasko” Popa was a Serbian poet of Romanian descent. Contents. 1 Biography; 2 Style Since his first book of verse, Kora (Bark), Vasko Popa has gained steadily in stature and popularity. His poetic achievement – eight volumes of. Vasile “Vasko” Popa jedan je od najpoznatijih jugoslavenskih pjesnika savremenog Njegova prva zbirka pjesama “Kora” () uz “87 pesama” Miodraga.

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Vasko Popa

Major literary poa available in English. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. In his work, earthly and legendary motifs mix, myths come to surface from the collective subconscious, the inheritance and everyday are in constant interplay, and the abstract is reflected in the specific and concrete, forming a unique and extraordinary poetic dialectics. From until he was the editor of the publishing house Nolit.

ОХОЛА ГРЕШКА (Vasko Popa)

Biography Popa was born in the village of Grebenac, Vojvodina, Serbia. His Collected Poems—76, a compilation in English translation, appeared inwith an introduction by the British poet Ted Hughes.

It is one of the most exciting things in modern poetry, to watch kkora journey being made. In Popa received the Austrian state award for European literature.

Vasko Popa – Serbo-Croatian Poetry Translation

He is one of the most translated Serbian poets and at the time he had become one of the most influental World poets. His poetic achievement – eight volumes of verse written over a period of thirty-eight years – has received extensive critical acclaim both kra his native land and beyond.

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He continued his studies at the University of Vasmo and in Vienna. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Zbigniew Herbert W. Six Poetic Sequencestrans. It is one of the most exciting things in modern poetry, to watch this journey being made.

Selected Poemstrans. This page was last edited on 30 Decemberat After finishing high school, he enrolled as a student vasmo the Faculty of Philosophy at the Belgrade University. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Vasko Popa. In Popa received the Austrian state award for European literature. Since his first book of verse, Kora BarkVasko Popa has gained steadily in stature and popularity.

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Views Read Edit View history. He continued his studies at the University of Bucharest and in Vienna.

It is awarded annually for vwsko best book of poetry published in Serbian language. It is awarded annually for the best book of poetry published in Serbian language. His Collected Poems—, a compilation in English translation, appeared inwith an introduction by the British poet Ted Hughes.

From Wikipedia, the free koar. Collected Poemskorq by Anne Pennington Hughes says: In he published his first major verse collection, Kora Bark. He created a unique poetic language, mostly elliptical, that combines a modern form, often expressed through colloquial speech and common idioms and phrases, with old, oral folk traditions of Serbia — epic and lyric poems, stories, myths, riddles, etc.

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He is one of vaxko most translated Serbian poets and at the time he had become one of the most influential World poets. In the same year, he was elected to become a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts. Vasile “Vasko” Popa Serbian Cyrillic: His poetic achievement — eight volumes of verse written over a period of 38 years — has received extensive critical acclaim both in his native land and beyond.

Since his first book of verse, Kora BarkVasko Popa has gained steadily in stature and popularity.

Popa was born in the village of Grebenac Romanian: He created a unique poetic language, mostly elliptical, that combines a modern form, often expressed through colloquial speech and common idioms and phrases, with old, oral folk traditions of Serbia — epic and lyric poems, stories, myths, riddles, etc.

In his work, earthly and legendary motifs mix, myths come to surface from the collective subconscious, the inheritance and everyday are in constant interplay, and the abstract is reflected in the specific and concrete.

In the same year, he was elected to become a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts.