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Russian poetry, the modern period

Author: John Glad; Daniel Weissbort
Publisher: Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©1978.
Series: Iowa translations.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
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Russian poetry, the modern period.
Iowa City : University of Iowa Press, ©1978
(OCoLC)644323702
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Glad; Daniel Weissbort
ISBN: 0877450838 9780877450832 0877450846 9780877450849
OCLC Number: 3893328
Description: lxii, 356 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Pre-World War II poetry in Russia. Night : a street--
; On the plain of Kulikovo ; Visitor / Aleksandr Blok --
A cloud in trousers ; A good attitude to horses / Vladimir Mayakovsky --
Me and Russia ; from The laundress. The burning field / Velemir Khlebnikov --
I went out--
; To everyone ; Once more, once more ; Trumpet, shout, carry! ; The one book ; Iranian song ; Hey--y! Uh--hm!--
; Lonely masquerader / Velemir Khlebnikov --
October, a copper-crawed cock ; Can I tell you my love with a portrait ; You twist your death in nooses ; The sky lies blue--like a sea ; A conversational melody, a good verse ; Mother sabbath / Nikolay Klyuev --
Winds, winds, winds ; For my sister Shura ; Field upon field upon field ; The golden birch grove's ; I regret nothing--
; Mysterious, ancient world of mine / Sergey Yesenin --
The streetcar that lost its way ; Childhood ; First canzone ; Moon at sea ; Fragments 1920-1921 ; The porcelain pavilion ; Pre-memory ; A baby elephant / Nikolay Gumilyov. Pre-World War II poetry in Russia.--
The valley bleeds with Roman rust ; I am deaf ; Because I let go your hands ; Insomnia--
; Like grumbling Roman plebs ; Notre Dame ; Leningrad ; In this cool transparent spring ; I drink to the asters of war, --
; Where can I hide in January ; I hate the light ; On stony Pierian spurs ; Lamarck / Osip Mandelshtam --
So, I remained alone ; We do not know how to say goodbye ; A dream ; There is a boundary--
; The visitor ; Requiem / Anna Akhmatova --
The air is motionless with heat / Maria Petrovykh --
Holy Russia / Maximilian Voloshin --
A sultry night ; To love, --
; Storm, an endless instant ; The mirror ; Don't touch ; Moochkap ; As with them ; Let the words--
; To be famous isn't decent--
/ Boris Paternak --
The face of a horse ; Snakes ; All that my soul possessed, --
; The loop canal ; At the fishmonger's ; Nocturnal garden ; Poem about rain ; Popryshchin ; Yesterday reflecting upon death ; Metamorphoses ; Warning / Nikolay Zabolotsky --
Death of the wild warrior / Daniil Kharms --
Where / Aleksandr Vvedensky --
The tale of red-haired Motele, Mister Inspector, Rabbi Isaiah and Commissioner Blokh / Joseph Utkin --
Our grandsons will be astonished / Ilya Ehrenburg --
Fire and rope, bullet and axe--
/ Nikolay Tikhonov. Pre-World War II émigré poetry. The horn of Roland ; To kiss a forehead is to erase worry--
; An ancient song ; An attempt at jealousy ; Poems to Blok / Marina Tsvetayeva --
It is an ancient custom ; They will not ask us, --
; Nobody waits ; How can I shout, --
; How do we break the habit, --
; --Not an epilogue, --
; Friendship ; The dull rattle of shutters--
; Until the sun sinks--
; We believe books and music / Anatoly Steiger --
Another planet / Boris Poplavsky --
Our Sunday rest / Don Aminado --
Music ; Monkey ; The automobile ; The bride ; Dactyls ; On the death of my tomcat Murr ; A monument / Vladislav Khodasevich --
I was walking--
; I remember a dim evening--
/ Dovid Knut --
The winter sonnets / Vyacheslav Ivanov --
I remember the night / Aleksandr Vertinsky. Post-World War II poetry in Russia. from Son / Pavel Antokolsky --
I saw it / Ilya Selvinsky --
A wish ; To my sister ; The blockade swallow ; Don't turn around--
; My insatiable memory--
; Indian summer / Olga Berggolts --
The bathhouse ; Law, --
; God ; Horses in the ocean ; The hospital ; My friends ; Coppers ; My old men are dying--
/ Boris Slutsky --
Before the attack / Semyon Gudzenko --
In those years / Sergey Narovchatov --
The wind ; How to drink the sun ; For the tree to sing--
; The apple / Vladimir Soloukhin --
We came back late from visiting ; Rain ; The forest in winter!--
; The girl dreams of her lover--
; The path ; The sunset fades--
/ Konstantin Vanshenkin --
When the parachuse does not open ; I don't remember him ; Eyes ; from the cycle "History". Objects / Yevgeny Vinokurov --
I do not like the circus ; Adam ; Has the time come--
; All grows old / Yevgeny Vinokurov --
François Villon ; I never soared, --
; Once there was a soldier boy ; Save us, the poets, save us, --
/ Bulat Okudzhava --
A chill ; Fifteen boys, or perhaps even more ; Lunatics ; The snow maiden ; A queen ; I was so buoyant / Bella Akhmadulina. Post-World War II poetry in Russia. Dwarf birches ; A hundred miles form the capital city of hope / Yevgeny Yevtushenko --
Mayakovsky in Paris ; The beatnik's monologue ; Striptease ; A new year's letter in Warsaw ; From the window of a plane / Andrey Voznesensky --
Memorandum ; The leader ; The fisherman / Yunna Morits --
A picture ; Don't bother about the news! ; The airman ; The oak ; The star burns out over the tree tops ; To B.P. / Aleksandr Kushner --
The winter of thirty-eight ; They killed the lad ; Nostalgia / Robert Rozhdestvensky --
The dry birch tree stood ; It's not when they leave--
/ Maya Borisova --
Do you envy, my comrades-in-arms, --
; Where are our horses, our black horses? ; The owl and the mouse ; The footsteps of an owl and his lament / Viktor Sosnora --
I'm no fighting man, he says ; The ginger-haired girl ; The eggplants have pins and needles ; Re-conversion / Novella Matveyeva --
For a long time he tried to survive--
; A lesson in natural history ; Everything gets forgotten / Vyacheslav Kupriyanov. Post-World War II émigré poetry. To Shakespeare / Nina Berberova --
In superstitious panic ; A storm ; At the lighthouse ; The Andreyevsky Church / Nikolay Morshen --
The old man shuffles to the fish market ; Oh, how fastidious you once were ; A quarter century of exile has passed ; Should I tell of all the absolute fools ; Unharnessed, the white horse ambles along ; On the boundary of snow and melting ; Not so long ago, the world was complete--
/ Georgy Ivanov --
Only for you my tea roses ; The path I'm following--
; Claudia Petrovna / Yury Odarchenko --
Shall we forget the shiver--
; Emily Dickinson ; Ode for the dancing Khlysty / Yury Ivask --
Do you think we might go to hell too? ; A black bird--
; A gust of memory--
; In the land of Schlaraffenland ; An instance of fore-ordained harmony / Igor Chinnov --
My murderer is no thief ; Amnesty / Ivan Elagin --
A Marated Bastilled age / Boris Nartsissov. The new wave in Russia. The intellectual ; Murder ; I am in pain ; The last platform ; The bird-cherry was my wife ; It shames one to look / Yury Galanskov --
Precepts for city living / Vladimir Burich --
And I speak of cosmic things / Vsevolod Nekrasov --
Radio gibberish / Genrikh Sabgir --
They drank. They ate. They smoked ; They met at the Tagansky subway station ; A dike, a flower bed, a bare linden tree / Igor Khomin --
Suicide is a duel with yourself ; When the cry goes up : "Man overboard!" / Sergey Chudakov --
Indifference / Dmitry Bobyshev --
Poem about the blue horse / Sergey Morozov --
White on white's a flatness ; from the cycle Stone and sky / Nikolay Novikov --
Faceted grains of wisdom / Mikhail Yeryomin --
It has for ages been observed ; The peasant ; The working week comes to an end ; Now, at last, even Nikifor's a suitor / Vladimir Uflyand. The newest émigré wave. Lagoon ; from Sonnets on the statue of Mary, Queen of Scots in the Luxembourg Gardens, Paris / Joseph Brodsky --
In mass graves the bodies of plants / Mikhail Grobman --
Lake Baskunchak / Andrey Amalrik --
Square of the holy passion--
; A curse! Joy! Writing! ; The savage cold of Russian winters ; Hold out a handful of snow--
; Hurry, take pleasure in the oblique caress of rain--
; Drought, malevolent step-mother--
; That time I did not save Warsaw--
; It is time to think--
/ Natalya Gorbanevskaya --
A thing or two about childhood ; The Olšanski cemetery / Yury Iofe --
We can string words--
/ Naum Korzhavin --
Hospital gypsy song ; The goldminers' waltz / Aleksandr Galich --
As if a quiet branch drew a line--
; from Secret notebook / Edward Limonov --
Behind the slaughterhouse, evening ; Farewell to Russia / Lev Mak.
Series Title: Iowa translations.
Responsibility: edited by John Glad and Daniel Weissbort.

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