Books in category Poetry – Russian & Former Soviet Union

  • Writings from the Golden Age of Russian Poetry

    Writings from the Golden Age of Russian Poetry
    Konstantin Batyushkov

    In Writings from the Golden Age of Russian Poetry, Peter France interweaves Batyushkov’s life and writings, presenting masterful new translations of his work with the compelling story of Batyushkov’s career as a soldier, diplomat, and …

  • Eugeniusz Oniegin wydanie dwuj zyczne Rosyjski Polski ilustrowane

    Eugeniusz Oniegin (wydanie dwujęzyczne Rosyjski Polski ilustrowane)
    Aleksander Puszkin

    Tytułowy bohater jest człowiekiem rozczarowanym wielkim światem, w którym nie zaznał ani prawdziwej przyjaźni, ani miłości.

  • Eugene Onegin English Polish Bilingual Edition illustrated

    Eugene Onegin (English Polish Bilingual Edition, illustrated)
    Aleksandr Pushkin

    Eugene Onegin is a bored Saint Petersburg dandy inherits a landed estate from his uncle.

  • The Golden Cockerel English Russian Bilingual Edition illustrated

    The Golden Cockerel (English Russian Bilingual Edition illustrated)
    Aleksandr Pushkin

    The famous Tsar Dadon ruled the fairy-tale three-tenth kingdom.

  • Stories and Prose Poems

    Stories and Prose Poems
    Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

    In these works of varying lengths, Solzhenitsyn has distilled the joy and bitterness of Russia's fate into language of unrivaled lyrical purity.

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    Возрождение. Сборник стихов.
    Кравченко, Павел Павлович

    Относительно нескольких написанных мной стихотворений, предлагаемых вашему вниманию, большая просьба не судить строго, так как …

  • Alexander Vvedensky An Invitation for Me to Think

    Alexander Vvedensky: An Invitation for Me to Think
    Alexander Vvedensky

    This is his first book to appear in English. The translations by Eugene Ostashevsky and Matvei Yankelevich, outstanding poets in their own right, are as astonishingly alert and alive as the originals.

  • Earthly Signs

    Earthly Signs
    Marina Tsvetaeva

    Her suicide at the age of forty-eight was the tragic culmination of a life buffeted by political upheaval. The essays collected in this volume are based on diaries she kept during the turbulent years of the Revolution and Civil War.

  • An Outline Of Russian Literature

    An Outline Of Russian Literature
    Maurice Baring

    Many vintage books such as this are becoming increasingly rare and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction.

  • Я помолчу
    Anastasia Volnaya

    Представленные стихотворения относятся к раннему периоду творческого становления московского поэта и прозаика Анастасии …

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