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Shards from the Polar Ice:Selected Poems电子书

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作       者:Lydia Grigorieva

出  版  社:Glagoslav Publications B.V.

出版时间:2018-01-01

字       数:7.2万

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“It would be hard to imagine Russian poetry in the last half century without Lydia Grigorieva,” writes eminent Russian poet and critic Konstantin Kedrov. Grigorieva is a uniquely individual voice, bucking the trends of modernist poetry to create her own distinctive and beguiling body of poetry. Her work draws on her own remarkable life to create startlingly arresting images and metaphors, full of beauty and power, from her series that emerged from her Arctic childhood, to the troubles that beset Ukraine. Her range of influences is wide, and Beethoven, Freud, Sylvia Plath and Byron all appear in her poems as well as more familiar Russian images. At the heart of Grigorieva’s poetry is what she calls its ‘musicality’ – her firm belief in the power of rhyme and rhythm in creating a poetic experience. In this first major collection of her work in English, English poet John Farndon, working with Grigorieva and co-translator Olga Nakston, has recreated this musicality in English so that English readers might experience for the first time what makes her work so revered in her Russian homeland. Translated by John Farndon with Olga Nakston. Maxim Hodak - Максим Ходак (Publisher), Max Mendor - Макс Мендор (Director), Ksenia Papazova (Managing Editor).
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Shards from the Polar Ice

Selected Poems

Lydia Grigorieva

Introduction

A note on the Translation

Commentary by Konstantin Kedrov

Selected Poems

Pity Beethoven

A Dream in the Garden

The Polar Day

The Polac Night

A life among the stones I took…

The Crazy Gardener

How we danced…

Vivaldi in Venice

Cedar is my brother. The grass is my sister…

R. Bukharaev*

Wet...

Will it be our children…

These are difficult times…

In the Garden of a Communist

I’ll suit my life, I’ll make it trim…

I flung the door wide…

White Horse

My garden…

Verde que te queiro verde...

F.G. Lorca*

Smash the window…

Shostakovich

The Fifth Symphony*

Rose Petals

Arctic Ocean

Arctic Circle

Byron in Venice

Oh poor Abyss!

The neglected Garden

The Age of Silver

Kantemir in London

Once more I had to…

Flight Analysis

Words displayed…

Monument

Passion for Colours

I’m stepping through anguish…

Eternal Subjecte

All’s long been wrong…

Poet and Muse

Dreaming

The lilac by the home of Pasternak…

The Mad Photographer

I thank you now…

Oh, how can we, can we be so daring?…

‘God save me from losing my mind, I’d rather walk off with a staff and a bag.’

Alexander Pushkin*

Oh God in your heaven…

Michelangelo went to Carrara to choose…

Raising a Garden

An Angel Coming

The Red Sea

Hexameter

Waiting Hall

Sleep in the Sinai Desert

Sinai

In the Scriabin Museum

At the concert of the pianist Paul Barns*

Gare de Lyon

Waterloo Bridge

A Fright

The white air of the Vatican

I cannot really say…

When these lines no longer move…

What do the two of us need?…

Here I am! Now you have me…

It hurts them to stand…

City on the Camel Rug

Evening Cats

The Starry Garden

Smoke of the Fatherland

“From above, Paris looks like our aul from Charmoi-lam mountain…”

Sultan Yashurkaev**

A respectable idea entered…

Weeping for the Empire

The Palace of Winds

Well, my friend…

A Dream

Welsh Carols

To William Brown* – the painter

Freud in London

Melody

In memory of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes

The world is destroyed…

The Gardens by the Palace

Lydia Grigorieva: biography

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