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Russia’s best known poet was born 250 years ago, and his last name was not Pushkin.
Our translator of Krylov's difficult fables shares how she approaches translation of this most colloquial of poets.
Krylov on democracy and how leaders are chosen: "However just the rules and laws, in unjust hands or beaks or paws they can be bent to serve the goal of leaders loath to lose control."
Krylov on how one negotiates with wolves. Hint: one doesn't. "Of wolves I’ve learned a thing or two. With them there’s only one sure truce."
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