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Mats Traat

An Estonian poet and writer who rose to prominence in the 1960s and 1970s, he’s known for his brief stories as well as for his socially and scientifically-themed poems. His literary functions consist of Pasqueflower, Antidote for Sadness and Dance across the Vapor Boiler. He released his first assortment of poetry in 1962. He later on received the Friedebert Tuglas Award for his brief story The Mix of Power. His literary function targets the impact of Estonian tradition upon the lives and decisions of people. He grew up in Arula, Estonia. He’s a modern of American article writer Kurt Vonnegut.

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