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Label: Lauska – CD030 Type: CD, Album Country: Latvia Date of released: 2009 Category: Non-Music Style: Poetry. Related albums to Astrīde Ivaska - Ceļš.
Astrīde Ivaska (dzimusi 1926. gada 7. augustā Rīgā, mirusi 2015. gada 24. martā ) bija latviešu dzejniece. Dzimusi ģenerāļa Mārtiņa Hartmaņa ģimenē.
Astrīde Ivaska (1926–2015). Author of At the Fallow's Edge (Inklings) (Volume 3). Includes the names: Astrid Ivask, Astride Ivaska. Also by Astrīde Ivaska. xolotl (1), AtticInstitute (1), Michael. Xolotl (1), barreith (1), autodidactia (1), bridgitshearth (1), timpanyu (1), edwincoleman (1), PegD (1), birdie. newborn (1), petjavolk (1), susiebright (1), TheLittlePhrase (1), robert. TheLittlePhrase (1), robert. guess (1), PegD (1), petjavolk (1), birdie. newborn (1), edwincoleman (1), AtticInstitute (1), Michael.
Astride Ivaska, Jatta Krug (Translator).
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Astrid Ivask (August 7, 1926 – March 24, 2015) was a Latvian-American poet. She was born Astrīde Helena Hartmaņa in Riga, the daughter of Mārtiņš Hartmanis, a Latvian Army General, and Irma Marija Hartmane. Her brother was computer scientist Juris Hartmanis. Following the 1940 Soviet occupation of Latvia, General Hartmanis was imprisoned by the Soviet Union. He was executed in 1941, but his family would not learn of his fate until after the fall of the USSR in 1991.
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