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eBook A Concordance to the Poetry of Anna Akhmatova ePub

by Tatiana Patera

  • ISBN: 087501111X
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Tatiana Patera
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Ardis (December 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 339
  • ePub book: 1999 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1436 kb
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Tatiana Patera of McGill University. Ardis projects publication over the next five years of con­ cordances to the poetry of Brodsky, Mandelstam, Pasternak, Tsvetaeva and Voloshin in this series

Tatiana Patera of McGill University. Individual concordances are a useful tool for studying a given poet's lexicon, stylistics and poetics, and are the basis of comparative studies. Over 55,000 words have been lemmatized to form a dictionary type concordance as well as a frequency dictionary of Anna Akhmatova's poetry. Ardis projects publication over the next five years of con­ cordances to the poetry of Brodsky, Mandelstam, Pasternak, Tsvetaeva and Voloshin in this series. 2. N e w & f () r t h C () M I n C.

Over 55,000 words have been lemmatizer to form a dictionary type concordance as well as a frequency dictionary of Anna Akhmatova's poetry. The concordance includes more than 7,500 entries in which each word form is presented to the context of one line. Akhmatova's poems are numbered and identified by first line

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Akhmatova's poetry, with a few exceptions, is distinguished from that of Russia's other preeminent woman poet, Marina .

Akhmatova's poetry, with a few exceptions, is distinguished from that of Russia's other preeminent woman poet, Marina Tsvetayeva, by its polished form, classical transparency, and thematic intimacy. She wrote comparatively few poems of a "civic" character and, unlike almost any other poet, little or nothing that could be called mediocre. In 1946 Akhmatova, along with Mikhail Zoshchenko, fell prey to harsh and unjust criticism in a party resolution "About the Journals Zvezda and Leningrad" in a repressive persecution of the arts led by Andrey Zhdanov. She was not rehabilitated fully until the 1960s.

Tatiana Patera received her PhD from McGill University She is the author of Yuri Trifonov's Moscow Novels (ARDIS, 1983) and A Concordance to the Poetry of Anna.

Tatiana Patera received her PhD from McGill University. She is currently Associate Professor in the Department of Russian and Slavic Studies at McGill University. She is the author of Yuri Trifonov's Moscow Novels (ARDIS, 1983) and A Concordance to the Poetry of Anna Akhnatova (ARDIS, 1995). Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Anna Akhmatova occupies a position unique in the history of modern Russian poetry. By the publication of her fifth book in 1922, an Akhmatova style in Russian poetry was widely recognized. As a matter of conscious artistic choice, Akhmatova limited her early themes in large part to love, to poetry, and to her homeland.