Memory and the Scene of Writing in Mandelstam's Egipetskaia Marka: Unrolling the Manuscript

Pavlov, Evgeny
December 1998
Slavic & East European Journal;Winter98, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p621
Academic Journal
Explores Russian poet Osip Mandelstam's writing titled `Egipetskaia marka.' Significance of Mandelstam's writing; Interpretation on the text; Characterization of Egipetskaia marka.


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