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Mikhail Genrikhovich Gorlin (Russian: Михаил Генрихович Горлин; 1909-1943)[1] was a Russian emigre poet who founded the Berlin Poets' Club in 1928. He and his wife (the poet Raisa Blokh) later perished during World War II in a German concentration camp.

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Publications

1936. Putashestviia. Berlin: Petropolis. (Poems)

References

  • Brian Boyd Vladimir Nabokov: The Russian Years. Princeton University Press, 1990.

External links

Literary archives

Some of Gorlin's writings and correspondence are held in the Vladimir Korvin-Piotrovskii Papers at the Beinecke Library, Yale University.


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