Elisavietta Ritchie RAKING THE SNOW 1982 First Ed Lalic
Elisavietta Ritchie RAKING THE SNOW Washington Writers’ Publishing House, Washington, 1982. First edition. Paperback. The edges are a little rubbed and covers a slightly worn, otherwise in fine condition. Size: 21,3 x 13,9 cm. Pp. 55, 1 with portrait of poet. Cover design by Ed Lyle. Photograph by Clyde H. Farnsworth. This copy is inscribed by the author, to Serbian poet Ivan V Lalic: ‘’For Ivan Lalic / with warm regards- / I too have a Swan / poem – and poems of / Belgrade -/ Elisavietta‘’ .For condition see photos/scans.
Elisavietta Ritchie was born to Russian immigrants in 1932. She has written several books of short stories and poetry. Ritchie is a writer, translator, editor, consultant, poet-in-the-schools, and teaches various writing workshops. She‘s Raking The Snow won the Washington Writers Publishing House 1981 poetry manuscript competition. This collection of poet described the feedback from their own travel, harmoniously uniting their ideas and feelings with the real picture of the environment.
Ivan V. Lalic (1931 – 1996) was one of the most significant Serbian poets writing after World War II with a reputation as one of the finest European poets of his time. Also one of the leading poets of contemporary neosymbolism poetry in Serbia. He had also been writing essays and literary critics and versifying English and French poetry into Serbian language. Lalic edited few anthologies of poetry. He was sincerely appreciated among colleague poets of his time all over the world as it can be seen in many inscriptions wrote to him on books he received as sign of respect and appreciation.
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