Henrikas Radauskas

Henrikas Radauskas

Henrikas Radauskas

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Henrikas Radauskas (born in 1910 in Kraków, Poland, died in 1970 in Washington, D.C.) was a Lithuanian poet and writer.

After Lithuania reestablished its independence following the First World War, his family returned to Lithuania. There he studied Lithuanian, German and Russian literatures at the Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas. In 1936 he became an editor for the Lithuanian Commission of Book Publishing. Radauskas emigrated to the United States in 1949. During his last years he worked for the Library of Congress.

He wrote four poem suites:
  • "Fontanas" ("Fountain")
  • "Strėlė danguje" ("Arrow in the sky")
  • "Žiemos daina" ("Winter song")
  • "Eilėraščiai" ("Poems")


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