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In the inmost hour of the soul

Author: Marina T︠S︡vetaeva; Nina Kossman; Joseph Brodsky Collection (Columbia University)
Publisher: Clifton, N.J. : Humana Press, ©1989.
Series: Vox humana.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
T︠S︡vetaeva, Marina, 1892-1941.
In the inmost hour of the soul.
Clifton, N.J. : Humana Press, ©1989
Named Person: Marina T︠S︡vetaeva; Marina T︠S︡vetaeva
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marina T︠S︡vetaeva; Nina Kossman; Joseph Brodsky Collection (Columbia University)
ISBN: 0896031373 9780896031371
OCLC Number: 20523384
Notes: Translated from the Russian.
Rare Books copy: Inscribed by the translator to Joseph Brodsky.
Description: xv, 108 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: You, rushing past on your streets.- The war, the war.- The leaves have fallen upon your gravestone.- The fatal volume.- Two suns are cooling.- After a sleepless night.- Sweetly-sweetly.- Black as an iris.- To kiss one's brow.- I came in.- The New Year's Eve.- I am not an impostor.- Here, darling, take these rags.- Words are inscribed in the black sky.- I am. You shall be.- I will tell you about the great hoax.- Spurned by my lover.- Dying, I will not say.- I am paper to your pen.- Your soul is close to mine.- Poems grow like stars.- Bring to me all that's of no use to others.- The sun is one, but marches through all lands.- Two trees.- God, I live!.- J am happy to live impeccably and simply.- My way does not lie by your house.- To you, who bid farewell to love.- There is a whole tribe of them pining after me.- Nailed to the Pillory... : I.- Nailed to the pillory...: II.- You wanted this.- Neither stanzas, nor stars will save me.- Earthly Name.- Roland's Horn.- Soul unacquainted with limits.- Shaggy star.- How they flare up.- Slowly, with a careful thin hand.- I know that mortal loveliness.- In the garden.- Pride and Timidity.- Praise to Aphrodite: I.- Parise to Aphrodite: II.- Praise to Aphrodite: III.- Praise to Aphrodite: IV.- From the mind's dreams.- With such force has her hand grasped.- The Muse.- Orpheus.- At dawn.- There's an hour for those words.- So, in the destitute daily toil.- Find yourself trusting women.- Remember the law.- When, Lord.- You will have your proof.- The Sibyl.- Sibyl-to the Newborn.- But even the joy of mornings.- From Trees: VI.- VII.- VIII.- IX.- These are ashes of treasures.- The gold of my hair.- God: I.- God: III.- Do not call out to her.- Ophelia-In Defense of the Queen.- It's no black magic.- The hour when the kings on high.- The hour when my dear brother.- As patiently as stones are chiseled.- With the others.- Window.- Sister.- The hour of bared riverheads.- To Steal By....- The Dialog of Hamlet with His Conscience.- The Crevasse.- The Curtain.- Sahara.- From The Hour of the Soul 1: In the inmost hour of the soul and the night.- 2: In the inmost hour of the soul.- Beyond Sight.- Minute.- From this mountain.- The Ravine.- I love you, but the torment is still alive.- You who loved me with the falsehood.- There are rhymes in this world.- It is not fated.- The Island.- Under the Shawl.- Thus-only Helen looks past the Trojan.- The Baptism.- Squeezed with the hollows.- A soldier, into a trench.- My veins slashed open.
Series Title: Vox humana.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: selected poems of Marina Tsvetayeva ; translated by Nina Kossman.


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