It. Pasternak "was immediately overcome by the immense lyrical power of her poetic form. An acclaimed translation of the best work of the passionate russian poetAn admired contemporary of Rilke, Akhmatova, and Mandelstam, Marina Tsvetaeva was a witness to the political turmoil and the social devastation wrought by the Russian Revolution and a powerfully inspired chronicler of a difficult life and exile sustained by poetry.
Selected Poems Twentieth-Century Classics #ad - Readers trust the series to provide authoritative texts enhanced by introductions and notes by distinguished scholars and contemporary authors, as well as up-to-date translations by award-winning translators.
The Complete Poems of Anna AkhmatovaZephyr Press #ad - Encyclopedic in scope, index of first lines, with more than 800 poems, a historical chronology, 100 photographs, and bibliography. Initially published in 1990, " judith hemschemeyer's translation of the complete poems of Anna Akhmatova is the definitive edition, and has sold over 13, 000 copies, when the New York Times Book Review named it one of fourteen "Best Books of the Year, making it one of the most successful poetry titles of recent years.
This reissued and revised printing features a new biographical essay as well as expanded notes to the poems, both by Roberta Reeder, project editor and author of Anna Akhmatova: Poet and Prophet St. The complete poems will be the definitive English language collection of Akhmatova for many years to come.
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Dark Elderberry Branch: Poems of Marina TsvetaevaAlice James Books #ad - A poet of genius. Vladimir nabokovvia what ilya kaminsky and jean valentine call "readings"—not translations—of fragments of Marina Tsvetaeva's poems and prose, Tsvetaeva's lyrical genius is made accessible and poignant to a new generation of readers. Her eleventh book of poetry is Break the Glass, from Copper Canyon Press.
Door in the mountain: new and collected poems 1965–2003 was the winner of the 2004 National Book Award for Poetry. By juxtaposing fragments of her poems with short pieces of prose, friend, enemy, woman, lover, we begin to know her as poet, and revolutionary. From "poems for moscow 2":from my hands—take this city not made by hands, my strange, my beautiful brother.
Take it, the small pigeons;and spassky gates—in their flower—where the orthodox take off their hats;And the Chapel of Stars—refuge chapel—where the floor is—polished by tears;Take the circle of the five cathedrals, church by church—all forty times forty churches, my soul, and flying up over them, my holy friend.
Dark Elderberry Branch: Poems of Marina Tsvetaeva #ad - Marina tsvetaeva was born in Moscow in 1892 and died in 1941. Her poetry stands among the greatest works of twentieth century Russian writers. Ilya kaminsky is the author of dancing in odessa tupelo press, the dorset Prize, 2004 which won the Whiting Writers' Award, the American Academy of Arts and Letters' Metcalf Award, and the Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowship awarded annually by Poetry magazine.
Jean valentine won the Yale Younger Poets award for Dream Barker in 1965. Zephyr Press.
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Her suicide at the age of forty-eight was the tragic culmination of a life buffeted by political upheaval. These autobiographical writings not only give a vivid eyewitness account of Russian history but provide vital insights into the workings of Tsvetaeva’s unique poetics. Includes black and white photographs.
The essays collected in this volume are based on diaries she kept during the turbulent years of the Revolution and Civil War. Alone in moscow with two small children, find employment in the Soviet bureaucracy, no income, Tsvetaeva struggled to feed her daughters one of whom died of malnutrition in an orphanage, and a missing husband, and keep writing poetry.
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My Poems: Selected Poetry Of Marina Tsvetaeva English and Russian EditionCreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Nonetheless, she is always able to contain this raw emotion in an extremely rigorous and disciplined form, unique only to her. Especially in her later poetry, frequent enjambments, word play, inner rhymes, short lines, and numerous allusions dominate her work. She writes of unrequited love and heartbreak, of her admiration for other writers, of the devastation of war, and of her generally troubled life.
Marina tsvetaeva october 8, 1892 - 31 august 31, 1941 is considered by many to be Russia's greatest female poet, rivaled perhaps only by Anna Akhmatova. Zephyr Press. In this dual-language selection, andrey Kneller offers his attempts to capture this distinctive style of Marina Tsvetaeva's poetry by preserving both the message and the music of the originals.
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For more than seventy years, Penguin has been the leading publisher of classic literature in the English-speaking world. Written during the darkest days of stalin’s reign, and finally published in 1966 and 1967, The Master and Margarita became a literary phenomenon, signaling artistic and spiritual freedom for Russians everywhere.
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Selected Poems of Anna AkhmatovaZephyr Press #ad - Roberta reeder has taught at harvard and Yale and is the author of Akhmatova’s biography, Anna Akhmatova: Poet & Prophet. Also available by anna AkhmatovaThe Complete Poems of Anna AkhmatovaPB $29. 00, this collection offers some of the russian poet's most intense and lyrical moments in bilingual format, 0-939010-27-5 • CUSAA companion to The Complete Poems, while retaining a preface by Roberta Reeder and accompanying notes for Judith Hemschemeyer's translations.
A companion to the complete poems, this collection offers in a bilingual format some of the Russian poet’s most intense and lyrical moments, while retaining a preface by Roberta Reeder and accompanying notes for Judith Hemschemeyer’s translations. The sense and message strike with all the weight of the original.
Selected Poems of Anna Akhmatova #ad - New york times Book Review Zephyr Press. She is a professor at the University of Central Florida, and has published several books of poetry and translations. We needn't worry again about how to read Akhmatova in translation. The observer london "In this restrained and accurate translation. We needn’t worry again about how to read Akhmatova in translation.
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Who, if i cried out, would hear me among the angelicorders? and even if one of them pressed mesuddenly to his heart: I'd be consumedin that overwhelming existence. Penguin Books. Zephyr Press. In his translations, snow adheres faithfully to the intent of Rilke's German while constructing nuanced, colloquial poems in English.
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