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About Tomas Venclova

Tomas Venclova is a writer, born in Lithuania, who teaches Slavic Literature at Yale University. In 1977 as a committed member of the Helsinki Citizens Committee, he was deprived of his Soviet citizenship and emigrated to the United States.

Articles by Tomas Venclova

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Claire Provost

Claire Provost is editor of 50.50 covering gender, sexuality and social justice.

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Living in truth

A conversation with the Lithuanian writer about being a young artist and activist exiled by the Soviet Authorities during the Cold War, together with more recent challenges from Putin’s Russia.

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