6 edition of Igor-Severjanin. His Life and Work - The Formal Aspects of His Poetry. found in the catalog.
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Lauwers".Author: Sibelan E.S. Forrester. Igor Severyanin, the founder of Ego-Futurism, was already a poet, writing under the influence of two Russian Impressionist poets, Konstantin Fofanov and Mirra Lokhvitskaya. His Futurist ideas were developing inand by the next year he was ready.
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