8 edition of Nikolai Gumilev on Russian poetry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited & translated by David Lapeza.|
|LC Classifications||PG3041 .G813|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||77362296|
Nikolay Gumilev was a poet of the Russian “Silver Age” (a period in Russian poetry in the beginning of the 20th century), the founder of the acmeist movement, a critic and a traveler. He was born in Kronstadt near St. Petersburg, to a family of a naval medic. On Aug the Petrograd Cheka decreed execution of all 61 participants of the case, including Nikolai Gumilev. They were shot on August 25 in the Kovalevsky Forest. The case was officially declared as "completely fabricated" and all victims rehabilitated by Russian authorities only in
In , Akhmatova's husband Nikolai Gumilev was prosecuted as a participant in anti-Bolshevik conspiracy and shot. Soon after, Akhmatova's work was unofficially banned by the new regime, but she kept writing poetry. Like many prominent Russian poets of that time, whose work was banned from publishing, Akhmatova resorted to translation. Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilyov (; April 15 NS – Aug ) was an influential Russian poet, literary critic, traveler, and military officer. He was the cofounder of the Acmeist movement. Nikolay Gumilev was arrested and executed by the Cheka, the secret Soviet police force, in Nikolay was born in the town of Kronstadt on Kotlin Island, into the family of Stepan Yakovlevich.
Gabe Podcast Sakthi Monk Media Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment, Nikolai Gumilev. Indiuk. Audio Preview Gumilev, Russian, poetry, lyrics, Davydova. Russian poem read aloud by Lydia Davydova, Addeddate. Gumilev, Nikolai Stepanovich Born Apr. 3 (15), , in Kronstadt; died Aug. 24, , in Petrograd. Russian poet. Gumilev first published his works in He began as a student of the symbolists, particularly of V. Ia. Briusov. In he organized the Poets’ Guild, a literary group. In , with S. Gorodetskii, he proclaimed the literary doctrine.
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Nikolay Gumilev was one of the founders of the Acmeist movement. Much of his early verse was inspired by his travel in Africa and is marked by a liking for the exotic and a cult of heroism and adventure. Between and he was married to the poetess Anna Akhmatova.
A versatile critic, translator, prose writer, and theorist of poetry, Nikolai Stepanovich Gumilev was an innovative, imaginative, and influential poet who enjoyed particular prominence in Russia during the years before the revolution of Gumilev was born inin Kronstadt.
From tohe lived in Paris, France, where he attended university lectures. Nikolai Gumilev on Russian Nikolai Gumilev on Russian poetry book Hardcover – January 1, by Nikolai Gumilev (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Create Book: All Authors / Contributors: N Gumilev. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description. Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilev was a Russian poet. Nikolay was born on April 3rd in Kronshtadt, to the family of the doctor S.Y.
Gumilev. Inthe Gumilev family moved to Tsarskoe Selo, where Nikolay began studying at the School of Gurevich. Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilyov, Gumilyov also spelled Gumilev, (born ApKronshtadt, Russia—died AugPetrograd [now St. Petersburg]), Russian poet and theorist who founded and led the Acmeist movement in Russian poetry in the years before and after World War I.
The son of a naval surgeon, Gumilyov was educated at a gymnasium (secondary school) in. Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilev was a Russian poet.
Nikolay was born on April 3rd in Kronshtadt, to the family of the doctor S.Y. Gumilev. Inthe Gumilev family moved to Tsarskoe Selo, where Nikolay began studying at the School of Gurevich.
Inthe Gumilev family moved to the city of Tiflis in the Caucases in order to improve the children's health. Gumilev holds a unique position in the history of Russian poetry as a result of his profound involvement with Africa.
He extensively wrote both poetry and prose on the culture of the continent in general and on Ethiopia (Abyssinia, as it was called in Gumilev's time) in : Nikolai Gumilev.
Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilyov (Russian: Никола́й Степа́нович Гумилёв; IPA: ; April 15 NS – Aug ) was an influential Russian poet, literary critic, traveler, and military officer. He was the co founder of the Acmeist movement and one of the most notable Russian poets of the 20th century.
Nikolay Gumilev was arrested and executed by the Cheka, the. Nikolai Gumilev, one of the most prominent Russian poets, was born on Ap Married to Anna Akhmatova for the best part of a decade.
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Nikolay was born on April 3rd in Kronshtadt, to the family of the doctor S.Y. Gumilev. Inthe Gumilev family moved to Tsarskoe Selo, where Nikolay began studying at the School of Gurevich. In Nikolai Gumilev (Born Nikolai Stephanovich Gumilev) Russian poet, critic, and dramatist. A Russian poet and literary theorist, Gumilev was a founder and an influential proponent of.
Author: Nikolai Gumilev Translated by Slava I. Yastremski, Michael M. Naydan, and Maria Badanova. Gumilev holds a unique position in the history of Russian poetry as a result of his profound involvement with Africa.
He extensively wrote both poetry and prose on the culture of the continent in general and on Ethiopia (Abyssinia, as it was called in Gumilev’s time) in particular. SOURCE: "On Translations of Poetry," in Nikolai Gumilev on Russian Poetry, edited and translated by David Lapeza, Ardis,pp.
[In the following essay, Gumilev demonstrates the Acmeist. This book’s remarkably original modernist stylemade a great impression on the world of Russian poetry, including Gumilev’s fellowAcmeist Mandelstam, who in the essay “Some Notes on Poetry” remarked of it that“No poetry is more healthful at the present moment!” Tsvetaeva was another inventive stylist of the era admired by.
Click to read more about On russian Poetry by Nikolai Gumilev. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers4/5. The theme of this article is an analysis of the poem "The Word". Gumilev - a bright figure in Russian literature, without which it is impossible to imagine the poetry of the Silver Age.
His works are characterized by extraordinary brightness and strength of lyrical pressure. Nikolai Gumilev, author of The Penguin book of Russian poetry, on LibraryThing LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.Nikolai Gumilev (Ap - Aug ) was a famous Russian poet and literary critic.
He also headed the Acmeist school of poetry and an organization known as the Guild of Poets inboth of which promoted the ideals of clarity and concision in Rating: % positive.A collection of selected verse from Nikolai Gumilev, one of the most beloved Russian poets of the early 20th century.
His poetry is characterized by a stylistic complexity, philosophical depth, and an intensely personal element.