Ivanova E.V. “If ever should I die in broadest daylight, I would die for being happy to be alive…”: The Poetics of Evgenij Evtushenko’s Style
The article delves into idiosyncrasies of E. Evtushenko’s style, laying emphasis on the poet’s works over the last years. It is argued that discussing social ills, Evtushenko’s poetry stays current, his form is innovative, and his language and style largely contribute to the genre.
“thaw”, poetics of individual style, neologism, Evtushenko’s staircase