Poetry Books by Anna Akhmatova

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Strong Words Authors: Alexander Pushkin, Anna Akhmatova, Vladimir Azarov, Andrei Voznesensky, Barry Callaghan
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Published Date: 2014-02-01
Categories: Literary Criticism
Celebrating three Russian literary greats--Alexander Pushkin, Anna Akhmatova, and Andrei Voznesenski--this collection of their writing presents new translations of a combined 34 poems and includes both Russian and English text. A handful of masterful illustrations are also included, opening an artistic dialogue with the poems and the reader. Similar to many other writers and artists throughout history, Akhmatova was influenced and inspired by Pushkin, and her canon of work has also endured and been acclaimed for its artistic integrity. Voznesenski was a poet and writer who had been referred to by Robert Lowell as "one of the greatest living poets in any language." These three master poets are brought together with translations that engage their many complexities. Six poems are presented from Pushkin, 22 from Akhmatova, and six from Voznesenski.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book My Half Century Authors: Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
Publisher: Northwestern University Press
Published Date: 1997
Categories: Literary Collections
My Half-Century presents a large collection of the major prose works of the great twentieth century Russian poet, including -- Pages from a Diary, her brilliant shorter pieces About Pushkin, a number of reviews and public addresses including A Word About Dante, a long selection of letters (to Aleksander Blok, Nikolai Gumilyov, Osip and Nadezhda Mandelstam, Boris Pasternak, and many others up to Joseph Brodsky), with an afterword (Akmatova's Prose) by Emma Gershtein. The title section, My Half Century, recounts fellow poets and artists Blok, Modigliani, Mandelstam, Gumilyov, Pasternak, Tsvetaeva, et al. Also here, Akmatova's illuminating Prose About the Poem, on the genesis of her masterpiece A Poem Without a Hero, ' along with extensive notes and a detailed biographical sketch.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book A Life Replaced Authors: Olga Livshin, Akhmatova Anna, Gandelsman Vladimir
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Published Date: 2019-06-25
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Original poetry by Russian-American poet Olga Livshin, alongside her translations of Russian poetry by Anna Akhmatova (1889-1966) and Vladimir Gandelsman (b.1948). Foreword by Ilya Kaminsky. "A Life Replaced" is the fourth book from Poets & Traitors Press.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Poem without a hero and selected poems Authors: Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
Publisher: Field Translations Series
Published Date: 1989
Categories: Poetry
Akhmatova was unquestionably one of the great poets of the 20th century. These exquisite translations convey the subtle beauties and daring associations of a poet whose long life proved poetry's capacity for survival and subversive resistance to tyranny.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Selected Poems Authors: Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
Publisher: Dufour Editions
Published Date: 1989
Categories: Poetry
A selection by Russia's greatest modern poet (1889-1966).

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book A Hundred White Daffodils Authors: Jane Kenyon, Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
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Published Date: 1999-08
Categories: Literary Collections
Presents poetry, essays, and interviews, and also includes translations of the Russian poet Anna Akhmatova's poems

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Poems Anna Akhmatova. White Flock Authors: Anna Akhmatova
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Published Date: 2016-02-23
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The book is in English, large print. Anna Akhmatova 11 (23) in June 1889, Odessa - March 5, 1966, Domodedovo, Moscow Region - Russian poet, translator and literary critic, one of the most significant figures of Russian literature of XX century. Nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature (1965). She was recognized as a classic of Russian poetry back in the 1920. Creativity Akhmatova as the biggest cultural phenomenon of XX century. received international recognition. In 1964 she was awarded the international prize "Etna-Taormina" in 1965 - an honorary degree of Doctor of Literature at Oxford University. March 5, 1966 Akhmatova died in Domodedovo village on March 10 after a funeral service at St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral ashes it was buried in the cemetery in the village of Komarovo, near Leningrad.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Poems Authors: Anna Andreevna Akhmatova, D. M. Thomas
Publisher: Knopf Publishing Group
Published Date: 2006
Categories: Poetry
From her appearance in a small magazine in 1906 to her death in 1965, Anna Akhmatova was a dominant presence in Russian literary life. But this friend of Pasternak and Mandelstam was a poet in a country where poetry was literally a matter of life and death, as she found when Mandelstam and her own husband, Gumilyev, were executed, and her son imprisoned for many years in the Gulag.Akhmatova's first collection, Evening, appeared in 1912. Rosary (1914) made her a household name. After the Revolution she went in and out of favour with the authorities, who sometimes allowed her to publish, sometimes banned her work. She is now most celebrated in the West for Poem Without A Hero and Requiem, a sequencemourning the victims of Stalin's Terror which was only published (and then outside Russia) in 1963.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Selected Poems Authors: Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
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Published Date: 2009
Categories: Russian poetry
Definitive translations of Akhmatova back in bilingual format.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book The Complete Poems of Anna Akhmatova Authors: Anna Andreevena Akhmatova
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Published Date: 1992
Categories: Poetry, Russian
Akhmatova was recognised as one of the world's great poets after her death in 1966. Refusing to leave Russia when her work was censored and her name attacked she spoke to and for the soul of her people. There are 800 poems and essays in this edition some of which have not been published in English before.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Rosary Authors: Anna Akhmatova, Andrey Kneller
Publisher: CreateSpace
Published Date: 2014-03-06
Categories: Poetry
Anna Akhmatova (June 23, 1889 - March 5, 1966) is considered by many to be one of the greatest Russian poets of the Silver Age. One of the forefront leaders of the Acmeism movement, which focused on rigorous form and directness of words, she was a master of conveying raw emotion in her portrayals of everyday situations. Her works range from short lyric love poetry to longer, more complex cycles, such as Requiem, a tragic depiction of the Stalinist terror. During the time of heavy censorship and persecution, her poetry gave voice to the Russian people. To this day, she remains one of Russia's most beloved poets and has left a lasting impression on generations of poets that came after her. Rosary, published in 1914, is Akhmatova's second book, and one of her most popular collections. After its publication, Akhmatova became a household name and further established her place among the greatest Russian poets.

Anna Akhmatova Books, Anna Akhmatova poetry book Anna Akhmatova Authors: David Wells, Anna Andreevna Akhmatova
Publisher: Berg Publishers
Published Date: 1996-11
Categories: Literary Criticism
This superb introduction to the work of the famous Russian poet Anna Akhmatova (1886-1966) begins with an account of her life in pre-revolutionary St. Petersburg and Stalinist Russia, and focuses principally on her poetry. Incorporating all recent scholarship, the author traces the way in which Akhmatova's work reflects the tumultuous times in which she lived, and her emergence as the spokeswoman of her generation, to provide a long overdue account of her entire career.



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