The Ice-Wolf recreates a childhood fear of the winter wolves and was written in 1935 by Croatian poet Dragutin Tadijanovic. The poem was translated by Edward Goy and Dennis Ward and is read by Croatian Ksenija Horvat who lectures in theatre history at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh.
Poetry 2012 - The Written World, creating a unique picture of the nations of the world in verse.
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