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Žydų parkas

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Paperback, 304 pages
Published 1998 by Tyto Alba
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Soviet prose writer, poet, and dramatist. Kanovich, who wrote in Russian and Lithuanian, was born in the town of Ionava near Kaunas or, according to another source, in Kaunas itself, into the family of an observant Jewish tailor. In 1953 he graduated from Vilnius University. His first writings were published in 1949. He wrote collections of poetry in Russian: Dobroye utro ("Good Morning," 1955) ...more
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