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Russian women poets of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries : a bilingual edition

Author: Amanda Ewington; Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.). Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies,; Iter (Toronto, Ont.),
Publisher: Toronto : Iter Inc. : Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2014.
Series: Other voice in early modern Europe., Toronto series ;, 30.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Document : Poetry   Computer File : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Traductions anglaises
Additional Physical Format: Russian women poets of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.:
Toronto : Iter Inc. : Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2014.
(CaOONL)20149009364
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Amanda Ewington; Victoria University (Toronto, Ont.). Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies,; Iter (Toronto, Ont.),
ISBN: 9780772721624 0772721629 9780772721631 0772721637
OCLC Number: 871769014
Language Note: Poems in Russian with English translation on facing pages.
Description: xvi, 512 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Ekaterina Aleksandrovna Kniazhnina (1746 --
1797) --
Introduction --
Elegy --
Elizaveta Vasil'evna Kheraskova (1737 --
1809) --
Introduction --
Stanzas --
A Prayer --
Sonnet --
Stanzas --
Ekaterina Sergeevna Urusova (1747 --
after 1817) --
Introduction --
To Mikhail Matveevich Kheraskov --
Polion, or The Misanthrope Enlightened; An Epic Poem --
From the Authoress of This Poem --
Canto One --
Canto Two --
Canto Three --
Canto Four --
Canto Five --
Heroides --
Heroides Dedicated to the Muses --
Zeida to Leander --
Darius to Fedima --
Fedima to Darius --
Rogneda to Vladimir --
Promest to a Friend --
Ophira to Medor --
Medor to Ophira --
Ol'phena to Merion --
Kliada --
Becha --
Spring --
Friendship --
The Brook --
From the Authoress of "The Brook": A Response to a Response --
Solitary Hours --
Song of the Steppe --
To Anna Aleks. Turchaninova --
My Seventieth Year --
Maria Vasil'evna Sushkova (1752 --
1803) --
Introduction Note continued: To the Gentlemen Editors of the Sobesednik! --
A Chinaman's Letter to the Tatar Murza Residing in Petersburg on Business --
Stanzas on the Founding of the Russian Academy --
Maria Voinovna Zubova (1749? --
1799) --
Introduction --
I Am Leaving for the Wilds --
Ekaterina Petrovna Svin'ina (dates unknown) and Anastasia Petrovna Svin'ina (1778 or 1779 --
1841) --
Introduction --
Fate's Decision. To V. A. B. --
Gratitude --
Milon's Sorrow --
The Innocent Shepherdess --
Natalia Leont'evna Magnitskaia (dates unknown) and Aleksandra Leont'evna Magnitskaia (d. 1846) --
Introduction --
To the Immortal Creator of The Rossiada --
To the Bust of M. M. Kh. --
Maria Alekseevna Pospelova (1780 --
1805) --
Introduction --
A Prayer --
Solitude --
May Morning --
Anna Aleksandrovna Turchaninova (dates unknown) --
Introduction --
Self-Epitaph --
Response to a Rejection of Melancholy Feelings in Poetry --
Princess Elizaveta Mikhailovna Dolgorukova (1766 --
18??) --
Introduction Note continued: Verses Written in a Cruel and Dangerous Illness --
Elegy on the Death of My Beloved Sister, Countess A. M. Efimovskaia, the 29th day of October, 1798 --
Epitaph --
Anna Sergeevna Zhukova (b.? --
1799) --
Introduction --
Maternal Feelings --
To My Husband, From Whom I Am Separated --
Elizaveta Sergeevna Neelova (dates unknown) --
Introduction --
Elegy on the Death of My Husband and on My Sister's Illness --
Aleksandra Petrovna Murzina (dates unknown) --
Introduction --
Preface --
To My Readers --
Varvara Aleksandrovna Karaulova (1774 --
1842) --
Introduction --
A Mother's Conversation with Her Little Son --
Elizaveta Osipovna Moskvina (1759 --
1833) and Maria Osipovna Moskvina (1765 --
1824) --
Introduction --
Epitaph. To Litde Hope, Who Lived Only Five Hours --
The Deathbed --
To Three-Year-Old Mashenka --
Epigram --
The Gallery --
Maria Petrovna Bolotnikova (dates unknown) --
Introduction --
Preface --
A Reproach to Men --
A Response to "An Epistle to Women" Note continued: Anna Petrovna Bunina (1774 --
1829) --
Introduction --
Conversation between Me and the Women.
Series Title: Other voice in early modern Europe., Toronto series ;, 30.
Other Titles: Russian women poets of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Russian women poets of the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Responsibility: edited and translated by Amanda Ewington.

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