George L. Kline has written on more than twenty Russian thinkers, from G. S. Skovoroda in the Eighteenth Century to A. F. Losev in the Twentieth. He has also written on such East European thinkers as Lukacs and Kolakowski and such Western thinkers as Spinoza, Vico, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche, and Whitehead. Among his books are Spinoza in Soviet Philosophy (1952, rpt. 1981) and Religious and Anti-Religious Thought in Russia (1968). His translations include Tolstoy's "A History of Yesterday" (1949, rpt. 1959, 1964, 1973, 1991), Zenkovsky's A History of Russian Philosophy (2 vols. 1953, rpt. 2003), Boris Pasternak: Seven Poems (1969, 2nd ed. 1972), and Joseph Brodsky: Selected Poems (1973, 1974). He has translated several short poems of Marina Tsvetaeva and Valentini Sinkevich, and one long poem each of Voznesensky and Kuzminsky. His verse translations have appeared in such publications as Antaeus, Partisan Review, Saturday Review, Los Angeles Times, Times Literary Supplement, New York Review of Books, and New Yorker. Kline is Milton C. Nahm Professor Emeritus of Philosophy (Bryn Mawr College) and Adjunct Research Professor of History (Clemson University).

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