Paul Schmidt

Paul Schmidt, translator of Rimbaud and Mayakovsky among others, was Director of the Khlebnikov Translation Project, Dia Art Foundation.

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Cover: Collected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume I: Letters and Theoretical WritingsCollected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume I: Letters and Theoretical WritingsKhlebnikov, Velimir
Schmidt, Paul
Douglas, Charlotte
E-DITION01/01/1987$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Collected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume II: Prose, Plays, and SupersagasCollected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume II: Prose, Plays, and SupersagasKhlebnikov, Velimir
Schmidt, Paul
Vroon, Ronald
E-DITION11/11/1989$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: Collected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume III: Selected PoemsCollected Works of Velimir Khlebnikov, Volume III: Selected PoemsKhlebnikov, Velimir
Schmidt, Paul
Vroon, Ronald
E-DITION01/10/1998$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
Cover: The King of Time: Selected Writings of the Russian FuturianThe King of Time: Selected Writings of the Russian FuturianKhlebnikov, Velimir
Schmidt, Paul
Douglas, Charlotte
PAPERBACK10/01/1990$47.00
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