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Maxim D. Shrayer

Born in Moscow in 1967, Maxim D. Shrayer (author page at Amazon) immigrated to the U.S. in 1987. He is professor of Russian and English at Boston College. A bilingual writer and translator, Shrayer is the author and editor of ten books, including The World of Nabokov’s Stories and Russian Poet/Soviet Jew. He recently edited and co-translated the two-volume Anthology of Jewish-Russian Literature. Shrayer adapted “Sarda Resarta” from his forthcoming memoir, Waiting for America: A Story of Emigration. (10/2007)

AGNI has published the following work by Maxim D. Shrayer:

Fall on Nantucket Island
Last August in Biarritz
Lorca
Master of Palindromes: Remembering and Rereading Michael B. Kreps
A Note on Eduard Bagritskii’s “Origin”
Sarda Resarta
Stephansplatz
Vladimir Nabokov, 1958

 

AGNI has published the following translations by Maxim D. Shrayer:

A Visit with Marc Chagall by Yuri Trifonov
“One Alexander Herzevich” by Osip Mandelstam (translated with J. B. Sisson)
Origin by Eduard Bagritskii
“Say, desert geometer, shaper” by Osip Mandelstam (translated with J. B. Sisson)
“Slip back into your mother, Leah” by Osip Mandelstam (translated with J. B. Sisson)



and read more

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