selected poems, bilingual version
by Slava Zaitsev, translated from Russian by David Anderson
Theorem Z is a theorem of perfection, of the harmony and its distortions, the symbol could be described as a circle (or Zero).
The book explores the memories of a Russian identity and the experience of living in Scotland. The poems use a varied vocabulary drawn from street slang, peasant argot, scientific and mathematical terms, esoteric themes and classical Russian. The bilingual versions of these poems offer excellent teaching material for high school and university students. 104 pgs.
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
Речитативы Published November 30, 2014
Речитативы Published November 16, 2014
Russia-Scotland Published February 23, 2014
Territory Published January 18, 2014
Russia-Scotland Published December 30, 2013
The Platform Published July 06, 2013
Theorem Z Published March 02, 2012
MAKE A WISH Published March 02, 2012