Anna Dmitrievna Radlova
Anna Dmitrijewna Radlowa ( Russian Анна Дмитриевна Радлова ; born February 16, 1891 in Saint Petersburg , † February 23, 1949 in Shcherbakow ) was a Russian poet and playwright. In the period between the First and Second World War she was part of the artistic avant-garde. She also translated plays for her husband Sergei Radlov's productions .
Both came to Germany in the Second World War from the North Caucasus, which the Wehrmacht had conquered. After the war ended, they were accused of collaborating with the enemy and deported to a prison camp, where Radlowa died in 1949. Only after the political change in 1997 did an edition of her works appear.
- Крылатый гость (The wing guest) . Petersburg, Berlin, 1922. (Translated from Russian by Alexander Nitzberg , bilingual edition together with Das Schiff der Gottes Mutter , Russian and German. Dornach, Die Pforte, 2006 ISBN 9783856361617 )
- Богородицын корабль (The Ship of Our Lady) . Petersburg, Berlin, 1923. (From the Russian by Alexander Nitzberg , bilingual edition together with Der Flügelgast , Russian and German. Dornach, Die Pforte, 2006 ISBN 9783856361617 )
- Tatarinova. The Prophetess of St. Petersburg . Translated from the Russian by Daniel Jurjew. Edited by Olga Martynova and Oleg Jurjew . Weidle Verlag, 2015 
- Olga Martynova: Boldness and Ecstasy , in: Die Zeit , 13/2007
- Biography Anna Radlowas in Russian women writers - (English)
- Short biography from the Great Biographical Encyclopedia - (Russian)
|SURNAME||Radlova, Anna Dmitrievna|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Радлова, Анна Дмитриевна (Russian)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Russian poet and playwright|
|DATE OF BIRTH||February 16, 1891|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||St. Petersburg|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 23, 1949|
|Place of death||Shcherbakov|