Regina Derieva papers, 1949-2015
- Russian. Russian, English and some Swedish.
- Physical description
- 4.67 linear feet (9 manuscript boxes, 1 flat box)
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- Derieva, Regina creator.
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- Organization & arrangement
- Organized into 12 series: 1) Biographical file; 2) Correspondence; 3) Writings; 4) Regina Derieva's poetry translated into different languages, by others; 5) Translations of poetry into Russian by Regina Derieva; 6) Regina Derieva as an editor; 7) Printed matter of contemporaries, signed by Regina Derieva; 8) Art work; 9) Photographs; 10) Audio materials and born-digital materials; 11) Miscellaneous; and 12) Bibliography.
- The papers consist of correspondence (only incoming letters), writings, personal papers (including legal records and documents), audio material, photography archive, drawings and paintings, newspaper clippings and printed materials, spanning the years 1949-2015.
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- Open for research. Note that material must be requested at least 36 hours in advance of intended use. Audiovisual materials are not available in original format, and must be reformatted to a digital use copy.
- Cite as
- [identification of item], Regina Derieva papers (M2034). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
- Copyright for the collection rests with the Regina Derieva Estate.
- Gift of Alexander Deriev, 2014. Accession MSS.2014-082
- Regina Derieva (1949-2013) was a Russian poet with over thirty published works of poetry, prose, and fiction. Born in Odessa, Ukraine, Derieva started to write poetry at age of 15. From 1960 until 1991 she lived and worked in Akmolinsk (Tselinograd / Akmola) and Karaganda, Kazakhstan. She graduated from university with majors in music and Russian philology and literature. In 1990 Regina and her family converted to Catholicism and soon moved to Israel. From July 1999 until her death on December 11, 2013, Derieva lived in Sweden. Regina Derieva's work was highly valued by Joseph Brodsky, Tomas Venclova, Les Murray, Armando Pierucci, Daniel Weissbort, Bengt Jangfeldt and many other poets and intellectuals.
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