Aaron, Rafi (1959 - )

Biography: 

Aaron Rafi is a Canadian poet, now living in Toronto, best known for his Surviving the Censor: The Unspoken Words of Osip Mandelstam (2006). Its 48 prose poems are spoken by the Russian poet Osip, his wife Nadezhda, a voice from Stalin's transit camps, and a researcher. In November 2006, Daniel Domb, Canada’s pre-eminent cellist, composed music to these poems, which were performed at the Leah Poslins Theatre.

  • Aaron, Rafi. The Lost and Found. Ramat Gan, Israel: privately printed, 1990.
  • --. A Seed In The Pocket Of Their Blood. Toronto: Amphitheatre Publications, 1997. Republished by Syracuse University Press, 2000.
  • --. Surviving the Censor: The Unspoken Words of Osip Mandelstam. Ed. Allan Briesmaster. Hamilton, Ontario: Seraphim Editions, 2006.
  • Mandelstam, Nadezhda Yakovlevna. Hope Against Hope: A Memoir. Trans. Max Hayward. 1970.
  • --. Hope Abandoned Trans. Max Hayward. 1974.
Given Name: 
Rafi
Family Name: 
Aaron
Birth Date: 
December 14, 1959
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First RPO Edition: 
2012