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eBook Stihotvoreniya ePub

by A. A. Akhmatova

  • ISBN: 5699139281
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  • Author: A. A. Akhmatova
  • Language: Russian
  • Publisher: Eksmo (2010)
  • Pages: 480
  • ePub book: 1577 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1239 kb
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Есть стихотворение Анны Ахматовой, которое очень широко известно, но, между тем, даже большинство любителей стихов этой поэтессы - НЕ ЧИТАЛИ ЕГО ПОЛНОСТЬЮ. Даже в нескольких собраниях сочинений (в том числе и в авторитетнейшем кремовом двухтомнике, который был издан в 1990 году его приводит в.

RUSSIAN book АННА АХМАТОВА Бег времени Anna Akhmatova Beg Vremeni classic NE. Books in Russian - Anna Akhmatova Works in 2 volumes Анна Ахматова.

In Russian book G. Gazdanov Collection - Гайто Газданов Малое собрание сочинений. Оноре де Бальзак Малое собрание сочинений BOOK IN RUSSIAN HARDCOVER. In Russian book Азбука Гюстав Флобер.

Anna Akhmatova is the literary pseudonym of Anna Andreevna Gorenko. Her second book of poems, Beads (1914), brought her fame. Her first husband was Gumilev, and she too became one of the leading Acmeist poets. Her earlier manner, intimate and colloquial, gradually gave way to a more classical severity, apparent in her volumes The Whte Flock (1917) and Anno Domini MCMXXI (1922).

Akhmatova, whose real surname was Gorenko, is one of the two greatest women poets in the history of Russian poetry. The daughter of a merchant marine engineer, she spent much of her childhood in Tsarskoye Selo, the village outside St. Petersburg where the Tsar's summer palace was located. The regal nature of her work is perhaps in part attributable to this royal environment. Her first books of poetry, Vecher (Evening) (1912) and Chyotki (Rosary) (1913; reissued eleven times), brought her critical acclaim. From 1910 to 1918 she was married to Nikolay Gumilev.

Стихи поэтов серебряного века. Не любил, когда плачут дети, Не любил чая с малиной И женской истерики.

"Annoj Vseya Rusi nazvala Akhmatovu Marina Tsvetaeva. I v etom net preuvelicheniya. So vremeni vykhoda sbornika ""Vecher"" proshlo pochti sto let, no poeziya Anny Akhmatovoj ne ""zabronzovela"", ne prevratilas' v pamyatnik nachalu Serebryanogo veka, ne utratil"