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A search for perfection in a chaotic, never-understandable world often ends up with writing poems... A chaos, organized into the lines on a white paper, could be made more attractive, visible and even more friendly - by using the poetry laboratory instrument and tools. Theorem Z is the theorem of perfection, of the harmony and its distortions, the symbol could be roughly described as a circle (or a Zero). A clue to the theorem - on page 52. The main character of the book is Semyonov, a russian intelligent, 'hoi polloi' and a street philosopher. He belongs to the plebs rather than to aristocracy. Semyonov's poetic reflections and meditations (basically 'hoi-polloi-ish') keep him well in the balance with the outer world. The book is bilingual and it is recommended to those English speakers, who are interested in learning Russian. 104 pp.

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About the Author

Slava Zaitsev
vnz St-Andrews,Scotland, United Kingdom
Born in Aleksin, USSR. Worked as a research scientist in structural biology at the academic institutions of Russia and Europe (Sweden, UK, France). Author of several collections of poetry in Russian

Publish Date  March 02, 2012

Dimensions  Pocket  104 pgs Black and White printing (on cream uncoated paper)

Category  Poetry

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