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Thu Feb 12 22:13:59 2015 UTClccn-n800876230.23Piano trios 1 & 2 Blok romances /0.710.94O literature /72187352Alexander_Blokn 80087623468790Aleksandr BlokBlock, A.Block, A. 1880-1921Block, A. (Alexander), 1880-1921Block, AlexanderBlock, Alexander 1880-1921Block, Alexander A. 1880-1921Block, Alexandr Aleksandrovich 1880-192Block Alexandre 1880-1921Blok.Blok, A.Blok, A. 1880-1921Blok, A. A.Blok, A.A. 1880-1921Blok, A. (Aleksandr), 1880-1921Blok, Al.Blok, Al 1880-1921Blok, Al (Aleksandr), 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandar.Blok, Aleksandar 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandar AleksandrovičBłok, Aleksander.Błok, Aleksander 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr.Blok Aleksandr 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr A. 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovič 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichBlok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich 1880-1921Blok Aleksandr Aleksandrovitch 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr Aleksandrowic 1880-1921Blok, Aleksandr Alexandrovič 1880-1921Blok Alessandro 1880-1921Blok, AlexanderBlok Alexander 1880-1921Blok, Alexander Alexandrovitsj 1880-1921Blok, Alexandr.Blok, Alexandr 1880-1921Blok, Alexandr A. 1880-1921Blok, Alexandre.Blok Alexandre 1880-1921Bloki, Aleksandr 1880-1921Bloks, Aleksandrs 1880-1921Блок, А 1880-1921Блок, А.А 1880-1921Блок, А. А. (Александр Александрович), 1880-1921Блок, А. (Александр), 1880-1921Блок, Ал 1880-1921Блок, Ал. (Александр), 1880-1921Блок, Ал. (Александр Александрович), 1880-1921Блок Александр Александрович 1880-1921בלאק, אבלאק, אלכסנדר 1880-1921בלאק, אלעקסאנדער 1880־1921בלאק, אלעקסאנדר 1880־1921בלוך, אלכסנדרבלוק, אלכסנדרבלוק, אלכסנדר 1880־1921בלוק, אלכסנדר אלכסנדרוביץ'ブローク, アレクサンドルlccn-n82058976Bely, Andrey1880-1934autlccn-n81039133Orlov, Vladimir Nikolaevich1908-cmmauisecautedtcomlccn-n79140959Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ Dmitrievich1906-1975arrautcmplccn-n50036584Gippius, Z. N.(Zinaida Nikolaevna)1869-1945othautlccn-no2008049670Presto, Jeniferautfast-1430474Harlequin (Fictitious character)lccn-nb2008020716Soboleva, Olga Yuautlccn-n50049355Pyman, Avrilautedtlccn-n79065046Stallworthy, Jontrllccn-n50026111France, Peter1935-trlBlok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich1880-1921Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMusical settingsHistoryConference proceedingsPoetryPoets, RussianRussiaRussian poetrySex in literatureSublimation (Psychology) in literatureSymbolism (Literary movement)Symbolism (Art movement)Symbolism in literatureHarlequin (Fictitious character)Songs (High voice) with instrumental ensembleSong cyclesTravelItalyPiano triosHumanitiesMusicSongs (Medium voice) with pianoRussian fictionRussian literatureSongs (Low voice) with pianoChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices), UnaccompaniedIncidental music--ExcerptsCantatas, SecularChoruses, Secular (Mixed voices) with instrumental ensembleIllustrated booksRussian prose literatureAmerican poetry--Women authorsWomen poets, AmericanActingTheaterBlok, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich,Russian languageRussian literature--Study and teachingAuthors, RussianWolfe, Bernard,FriendshipContemporariesSoviet UnionBely, Andrey,Miniature booksMusic--Instruction and studyAssassination188019211900190519071908190919101911191219131915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320143928021865163891.713PG3453.B6ocn000375509ocn000570452ocn000410819ocn001996296ocn001043480ocn009397844ocn020313301ocn002741668ocn003756988ocn008195665ocn811255729ocn063199678ocn811548900ocn037951563ocn085043257ocn025890254ocn028638862ocn046438609ocn048896027ocn033322932ocn187183485ocn186244841ocn185401378ocn185718020ocn187100761ocn725346884ocn724656189ocn185615511ocn691933348ocn186634019ocn442228156ocn755160854ocn438886931ocn755133526ocn755156038ocn755130954ocn438769837ocn755151458ocn755150081ocn780707995ocn258077429ocn248226886ocn248512784ocn832312482ocn455857517ocn258585936ocn832312490ocn258074514ocn247718998ocn256074904ocn441341137ocn082436675ocn419257814ocn054990756ocn760256624ocn893419318ocn724474017ocn711809605ocn868484664ocn320233632ocn780325997ocn662019071ocn662019059ocn881306841ocn724124770ocn760182137ocn443888794472141ocn007237649book19000.90Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichDvi︠e︡nadt︠s︡atʹHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryDvojjazyčné zrcadlové vydání autorovy poémy, která se zrodila v revolučním Petrohradě, v ovzduší vzedmutého lidového hněvu a nadšení, vyjadřujíc splynutí básníkovy duše s duchem Říjnové revoluce42850ocn001043480book19180.60Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichThe twelve, and other poemsDouze poèmes liés entre eux par la continuité narrative relatent l'avancée de douze soldats dans une tempête de neige. Rédigée en janvier 1918, cette oeuvre a pour thème central l'âme de la révolution et sera revendiquée comme étendard par les bolcheviques. Son rythme novateur crée le vers tonique libre russe, l'effacement de la distinction entre la cadence du vers et celle de la langue parlée42790ocn003756988book19160.89Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichStikhotvorenii︠a︡388114ocn002678741book19510.82Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichStikhotvorenii︠a︡ i poėmy30410ocn000570452book19460.77Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichThe spirit of musicCriticism, interpretation, etc25416ocn000375509book19680.70Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSelected poemsJon Stallworthy and Peter France introduce Blok's poetry into English, retaining as much as possible his distinctive form and tone. His early poetry is inspired by mystical experience rather than events that were occurring contemporaneously+-+582990203622849ocn004971343book19210.89Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichPoslednie dni Imperatorskoĭ vlastiHistory2252ocn011973104book19840.87Aleksandr Blok Centennial ConferenceAleksandr Blok Centennial ConferenceCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings22338ocn008195665book19160.90Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichTeatr2165ocn811255729file19950.56Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ DmitrievichPiano trios nos. 1 and 2 Seven romances on verses by Alexander BlokMusical settings21432ocn021159977book19310.94Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichO literatureCriticism, interpretation, etc19331ocn002354817book19640.89Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichLirika15966ocn008642813book19460.80Babelʹ, IIzbrannoeCriticism, interpretation, etcNovellesamling om forfatterens jødiske barndom i Odessa og hans oplevelser i den røde rytterarme under borgerkrigen i 19171552ocn050286111rcrd20020.80Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ DmitrievichComplete songsMusical settings1538ocn002741668book19710.87Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSobranie sochineniĭ14872ocn015275876book19230.92Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSobranie sochineniĭ1402ocn840087225file20080.74Sviridov, GeorgiĭRussian choral musicMusical settings1322ocn063199678rcrd20050.23Shostakovich, Dmitriĭ DmitrievichPiano trios 1 & 2 Blok romancesMusical settings1199ocn020313301book19890.93Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichIzbornik1192ocn811336247file20040.70Sviridov, GeorgiĭPetersburg a vocal poem ; Six romancesMusical settings10766ocn608692469file20080.54Presto, JeniferBeyond the flesh Alexander Blok, Zinaida Gippius, and the Symbolist sublimation of sexCriticism, interpretation, etc"Though the Russian Symbolist movement was dominated by a concern with transcending sex, many of the writers associated with the movement exhibited an intense preoccupation with matters of the flesh. Drawing on poetry, plays, short stories, essays, memoirs, and letters, as well as feminist and psychoanalytic theory, Beyond the Flesh documents the often unexpected form that this obsession with gender and the body took in the life and art of two of the most important Russian Symbolists." "Jenifer Presto argues that the difficulties encountered in reading Alexander Blok and Zinaida Gippius within either a feminist or a traditional, binary gendered framework derive not only from the peculiarities of their creative personalities but also from the specific Russian cultural context. Although these two poets engaged in gendered practices that, at times, appeared to be highly idiosyncratic and even incited gossip among their contemporaries, they were not operating in a vacuum. Instead, they were responding to philosophical concepts that were central to Russian Symbolism and that would continue to shape modernism in Russia."--BOOK JACKET+-+05047744759388ocn813844037file20070.47Soboleva, Olga YuThe silver mask Harlequinade in the symbolist poetry of Blok and BelyiCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+71525648586616ocn008928432book19480.74Mochulʹskiĭ, KAleksandr BlokCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography5745ocn000275911book19620.63Reeve, F. DAleksandr Blok: between image and ideaCriticism, interpretation, etc5676ocn003915451book19790.60Pyman, AvrilThe life of Aleksandr BlokBiography5164ocn000091925book19670.60Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichThe twelve, and other poemsDouze poèmes liés entre eux par la continuité narrative relatent l'avancée de douze soldats dans une tempête de neige. Rédigée en janvier 1918, cette oeuvre a pour thème central l'âme de la révolution et sera revendiquée comme étendard par les bolcheviques. Son rythme novateur crée le vers tonique libre russe, l'effacement de la distinction entre la cadence du vers et celle de la langue parlée37920ocn002972812book19650.90Solovʹev, BorisPoėt i ego podvig; tvorcheskiĭ putʹ Aleksandra BlokaCriticism, interpretation, etc3652ocn000583959book19730.70Vogel, Lucy EAleksandr Blok: the journey to Italy, with English translations of the poems and prose sketches on Italy3413ocn000037372book19680.67Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSelected poems of Aleksandr Blok3213ocn034546236book19960.50Berberova, Nina NikolaevnaAleksandr Blok : a lifeBiographyAleksandr Blok (1880-1921), the leader of the Symbolist Movement, was one of Russia's greatest modern poets. An inspiration to many modern Russian poets well-known in the West, most notably Pasternak, this account of his life is one of the few books on this important poet available in English. A member of the Russian aristocracy, Blok lived through a period in which a traditional world was being destroyed and a new, often alarming utopia was emerging. After years of expressing disdain for politics, he became an enthusiastic supporter of the Revolution, changing from a detached observer to a committed servant of the Russian people. This change is reflected in the shift in his work away from his early poetic mysticism to the historical vision of his most famous poem, "The Twelve."+-+93596125353173ocn007858966book19810.70Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSelected poemsJon Stallworthy and Peter France introduce Blok's poetry into English, retaining as much as possible his distinctive form and tone. His early poetry is inspired by mystical experience rather than events that were occurring contemporaneously+-+58299020363124ocn001316413book19460.60Gorky, MaksimReminiscences3112ocn008452423book19820.70Blok, an anthology of essays and memoirsBiography3055ocn000466593book19650.80Kemball, RobinAlexander Blok; a study in rhythm and metre2862ocn008221467book19820.74Chukovskiĭ, KorneĭAlexander Blok as man and poetBiography2798ocn000372437book19690.92Turkov, AAleksandr BlokBiography2727ocn050301211book20020.85Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichAleksandr Blok's trilogy of lyric dramas"Aleksandr Blok's Trilogy of Lyric Dramas gathers together for the first time in English translation the first three plays by Aleksandr Blok, the pre-eminent poet of Russian Symbolism and one of the greatest poets of the twentieth century. The three plays that constitute the trilogy - A Puppet Show, The King on the Square and The Unknown Woman - are pivotal documents in the development of modernist drama."+-+96316785752701ocn000872390book0.80Blok, Aleksandr AleksandrovichSobranie sochineniĭ v vosʹmi tomakhBiography2679ocn001075809book19600.77Kisch, C. HAlexander Blok, prophet of revolution; a study of his life and work illustrated by translations from his poems and other writingsBiography23212ocn002066237book19660.92Gromov, Pavel PetrovichA. Blok, ego predshestvenniki i sovremennikiCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+3505370695+-+3505370695Fri Feb 13 10:44:47 EST 2015batch95798