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Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse.

著者: Пушкин, Александр Сергеевич, 1799-1837. ; Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin; Walter Arndt
出版: New York, Dutton, 1972.
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Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich, 1799-1837.
Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse.
New York, Dutton, 1972
(OCoLC)571276040
関連の人物: Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
ドキュメントの種類: 図書
すべての著者/寄与者: Пушкин, Александр Сергеевич, 1799-1837. ; Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin; Walter Arndt
ISBN: 0525186522 9780525186526 0525472606 9780525472605
OCLC No.: 333396
言語注記: English and Russian.
注記: English and Russian.
形態 xlix, 455 p. illus. 21 cm.
コンテンツ: The originals with linear translations. Shorter poems. Liberty --
To Chaadaev --
To the author of History of the Russian State --
History of a versifier --
In the country --
Seclusion --
The dagger --
On A. A. Davydova --
To a foreign girl --
A little bird --
Night --
Freedom's sower in wilderness --
To Vorontsov --
To the sea --
Oh rose maiden, I am in fetters --
The grape --
Lisa is afraid to love --
So soon as roses wilt --
Ex ungue leonem --
Andre Chenier --
To ... --
Winter evening --
If life deceives you --
Bacchic song --
The last flowers are dearer --
Tempest --
To friends --
Prose-writer and poet --
Grace in anything eludes you --
Oh, Muse of flaming satire --
On Alexander I --
Beneath the blue sky of her native land --
To Vyazemsky --
To Yazykov --
Confession --
To I. I. Pushchin --
Stanzas --
To the Emperor Nicholas I --
Winter road --
Three springs --
Arion --
The poet --
The talisman --
To Dawe, Esq. --
Remembrance --
Thou and you --
Young mare --
Foreboding --
Raven to raven flies --
Gorgeous city, wretched city --
The upas tree --
The dismal day has flickered out; the dismal night's mist --
Blest he who wantonly was chosen --
I used to love you: love has still, it may be --
When I wander along noisy streets --
At the bust of a conqueror --
The monastery on Mt. Kazbek --
The snowslide --
What is there for you in my name? --
When into my embraces --
Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo --
Conjury --
For the shores of your distant country --
Before the sacred sepulcher --
To the slanderers of Russia --
Echo --
A beauty --
Album verse --
Were it not for the troubled urging --
God grant that I not lose my mind --
Bitterly sobbing, the jealous maiden was chiding the youth --
I thought my heart had quite forgotten --
She gazes at you so tenderly --
From Pindemonte --
Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads. Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters --
The gypsies --
The bridegroom --
Count Nulin --
Tsar Saltan --
The bronze horseman --
Eugene Onegin: a novel in verse selected stanzas. Metric translations. Shorter poems. Liberty --
To Chaadaev --
To the author of History of the Russian State --
History of a versifier --
In the country --
Seclusion --
The dagger --
Epigram on A. A. Davydova --
To a foreign girl --
A little bird --
Night --
As freedom's sower in the wasteland --
On Count Vorontsov --
To the sea --
Rose maiden, no I do not quarrel --
The grape --
Lisa is afraid to love --
When first the roses wither --
Ex ungue leonem --
Andre Chenier --
To ... --
Winter evening --
What if life deceives and baits you --
Bacchic song --
The season's final blossoms bring --
Tempest --
To friends --
Prose and poetry --
You're the kind that always loses --
Oh, Muse of satire, breathing fire --
On Alexander I --
Beneath the azure heaven of her native land --
To Vyazemsky --
To Yazykov --
Confession --
To I. I. Pushchin --
Stanzas --
To the Emperor Nicholas I --
Winter journey --
Three springs --
Arion --
The poet --
The talisman --
To Dawe, Esq. --
Remembrance --
Thou and you --
Young mare --
Foreboding --
Raven doth to raven flies --
Capital of pomp and squalor --
The upas tree --
The dreary day is spent, and dreary night has soon --
Blest he who at your fancy's pleasure --
I loved you: and the feeling, why deceive you, --
As down the noisy streets I wander --
At the bust of a conqueror --
The monastery on Mt. Kazbek --
The snowslide --
What use my name to you, what good? --
At moments when your graceful form --
Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo --
Conjury --
Bound for the distant coast that bore you, --
At Kutuzov's grave --
To the slanderers of Russia --
Echo --
In a beauty's album --
Album verse --
But for my soul's obscurly asking --
Don't let me lose my mind, oh, God; --
Bitterly sobbing, the maid chid the youth with jealous reproaches --
I was assured my heart had rested --
She looks at you with such soft feeling --
From Pindemonte --
Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads. Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters --
The gypsies --
The bridegroom --
Count Nulin --
Tsar Saltan --
The bronze horseman --
Eugene Onegin: a novel in verse selected stanzas.
他のタイトル: Poems.
責任者: The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt.

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