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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Part I: Matrix Models, Chern-Simons Theory, and the Large N Expansion 1. Matrix Models 2. Chern-Simons Theory and Knot Invariants Part II: Topological Strings 3. Topological Sigma Models 4. Topological Strings 5. Calabi-Yau Geometries Part III: The Topological String / Gauge Theory Correspondence 6. String Theory and Gauge Theory 7. String Field Theory and Gauge Theories 8. Geometric Transitions 9. The Topological Vertex 10. Applications of the Topological String / Gauge Theory Correspondence A. Symmetric Polynomials. Codice inventario libreria

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Riassunto: A collection of poetry from one of Russia's leading poets, and a distinguished journalist and essayist. ""Learned, brilliantly crafted ruminations on loneliness, dreaming, nature, contemporary society, and Saint Petersburg."" The Antioch Review

About the Author: tatiana voltskaia was educated at the Krupskaya Institute of Culture. She has worked as a radio journalist since 1987, and a correspondent for Radio Svobody (Radio Liberty) since 2000. Her first programmes were features on modern Russian philosophers and writers. She regularly publishes articles on cultural topics in leading Russian journals and magazines such as Znamya, Novy mir, Oktyabr, Druzhba narodov, Neva and Zvezda. She established herself a leading poet and cultural commentator following the appearance of her first collection Two bloods in 1989, and published her fifth collection, Cicada, in 2002. She took part in the Poetry International at London's Royal Festival Hall in 2002 and in a UK tour by Russian women poets. Her poems appeared in a special Russian women's poetry issue of Modern Poetry in Translation.

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Descrizione libro Bloodaxe Books, Tarset, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. Russian-English bilingual edition. Translated by Emily Lygo, with additional translations by Catriona Kelly. Spine not creased. 144pp. Codice libro della libreria 56745

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Descrizione libro BLOODAXE BOOKS LTD, United Kingdom, 2006. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Bilingual. Language: English . Brand New Book. Tatiana Voltskaia is one of Russia s leading poets, as well as a distinguished journalist and essayist. She belongs to the generation who began to write poetry seriously during the last decade of the USSR, reacting to the profound and disturbing changes of that time to emerge as the poets of the new Russia. Her subjects are the perennial Russian ones of love and death, and her work continues Brodsky s preoccupation with space and time as the vectors of our lives, echoing his vision of Russia as a crumbling empire. At the centre of her lyrical poetry there is a woman trying to escape from her condition of isolation, seeking communication through dialogue, conversations, reflections, shadows, echoes, letters and sex. Many of her poems are set in her native city of St Petersburg - often described as the Venice of the North - where water meets stone, reflections meet their images, and what is real is confronted at every turn by illusion.It is an artificial city, built without native or vernacular architecture or culture: everything was borrowed and imitated to create a window on to the West, and this eclectic cultural mix where East meets West finds its reflection in Voltskaia s work. Her concern with the Western tradition of literature in Russian poetry places her firmly in the St Petersburg tradition of Pushkin, Blok, Akhmatova, Mandelstam, Brodsky and Kushner, characterised by strict verse form, intellectual themes including those from classical literature and myth, coupled with an intimate address to the reader. The same themes appear in all her work, but while in the prose Voltskaia sets these in the context of our lives and times, examining the implications they have for our society, in her poetry she explores their personal significance for the individual. Codice libro della libreria AA99781852247041

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