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Aleksandr Eremenko (1950–2021) played a leading role among Moscow’s young and experimental writers during the Soviet period. Although his work was famous in the Samizdat press starting in the mid-1970s, his first officially recognized book, Models and Situations, appeared in 1990. In 1992, a translation of “On the Removal of Troops from Afghanistan” (tr. Forrest Gander and Sara Dickinson) was published in AGNI 35.
AGNI has published the following work:
PoetryOn the Removal of Troops from Afghanistan
by Aleksandr Eremenko
Translated from the Russian by Forrest Gander and Sara Dickinson