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Dinara Georgeoliani

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Dinara Georgeoliani

Dinara Georgeoliani received her B. A. from Tbilisi State Pedogogical Institute of Foreign Lanugages (the Republic of Georgia). She received her íCandidateë degree from Moscow State Pedagogical Institute and her Ph.D as a linguist, specializing in translation and linguistics. She is the author of numerous books in linguistics, including a Russian-English dictionary of idiom. She teaches in the Foreign Languages Department at Central Washington University and, with Mark Halperin, translates from the Russian. Their bilingual selection and translation of Viktor Sosnora's poems, A Million Premonitions, is published by Zephyr Press.

Articles by Dinara Georgeoliani

from Me and So Forth
By Vyacheslav Pyetsukh
Me and PerestroikaNow I will tell you how perestroika collapsed. To be more precise, it hasn’t collapsed yet, but it definitely will due to the archaic institutions of the family and marriage, which…
Translated from Russian by Dinara Georgeoliani & Mark Halperin
Me and Perestroika
By Vyacheslav Pyetsukh
Now I will tell you how perestroika collapsed. To be more precise, it hasn’t collapsed yet, but it definitely will due to the archaic institutions of the family and marriage, which dominate in times…
Translated from Russian by Dinara Georgeoliani & Mark Halperin
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