ANTOKOLSKI, PAVEL GRIGOREVICH


ANTOKOLSKI, PAVEL GRIGOREVICH
ANTOKOLSKI, PAVEL GRIGOREVICH (1896– ), poet. Trained as a lawyer, Antokolski was for a time associated with Vakhtangov's theatrical studio but turned to literature. The settings of Antokolski's poems range from the medieval France of François Villon (1934) to the 19th-century Russia of O Pushkine (1960). He also published Russian translations of Georgian and Ukrainian verse.

Encyclopedia Judaica. 1971.


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