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The Resource Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse., The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt

Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse., The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt

Label
Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse.
Title
Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse.
Statement of responsibility
The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt
Creator
Contributor
Translator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • rus
  • eng
Member of
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
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1799-1837
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich
Dewey number
891.7/1/3
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Language note
English and Russian
LC call number
PG3341
LC item number
.A7 1972
Literary form
poetry
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1916-2011
  • 1799-1837
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Arndt, Walter
  • Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich
Series statement
Dutton paperback original, D260
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich
  • Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich
Label
Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse., The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt
Instantiates
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The dagger
  • On A.A. Davydova
  • To a foreign girl
  • A little bird
  • Night
  • Freedom's sower in wilderness
  • To Vorontsov
  • To the sea
  • Oh rose maiden, I am in fetters
  • The grape
  • The originals with linear translations.
  • Lisa is afraid to love
  • So soon as roses wilt
  • Ex ungue leonem
  • Andre Chenier
  • To ...
  • Winter evening
  • If life deceives you
  • Bacchic song
  • The last flowers are dearer
  • Tempest
  • Shorter poems.
  • To friends
  • Prose-writer and poet
  • Grace in anything eludes you
  • Oh, Muse of flaming satire
  • On Alexander I
  • Beneath the blue sky of her native land
  • To Vyazemsky
  • To Yazykov
  • Confession
  • To I.I. Pushchin
  • Liberty
  • Stanzas
  • To the Emperor Nicholas I
  • Winter road
  • Three springs
  • Arion
  • The poet
  • The talisman
  • To Dawe, Esq.
  • Remembrance
  • Thou and you
  • To Chaadaev
  • Young mare
  • Foreboding
  • Raven to raven flies
  • Gorgeous city, wretched city
  • The upas tree
  • The dismal day has flickered out; the dismal night's mist
  • Blest he who wantonly was chosen
  • I used to love you: love has still, it may be
  • When I wander along noisy streets
  • At the bust of a conqueror
  • To the author of History of the Russian State
  • The monastery on Mt. Kazbek
  • The snowslide
  • What is there for you in my name?
  • When into my embraces
  • Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo
  • Conjury
  • For the shores of your distant country
  • Before the sacred sepulcher
  • To the slanderers of Russia
  • Echo
  • History of a versifier
  • A beauty
  • Album verse
  • Were it not for the troubled urging
  • God grant that I not lose my mind
  • Bitterly sobbing, the jealous maiden was chiding the youth
  • I thought my heart had quite forgotten
  • She gazes at you so tenderly
  • From Pindemonte
  • Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads.
  • Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters
  • In the country
  • The gypsies
  • The bridegroom
  • Count Nulin
  • Tsar Saltan
  • The bronze horseman
  • Eugene Onegin: a novel in verse
  • selected stanzas
  • Seclusion
  • The dagger
  • Epigram on A.A. Davydova
  • To a foreign girl
  • A little bird
  • Night
  • As freedom's sower in the wasteland
  • On Count Vorontsov
  • To the sea
  • Rose maiden, no I do not quarrel
  • The grape
  • Metric translations.
  • Lisa is afraid to love
  • When first the roses wither
  • Ex ungue leonem
  • Andre Chenier
  • To ...
  • Winter evening
  • What if life deceives and baits you
  • Bacchic song
  • The season's final blossoms bring
  • Tempest
  • Shorter poems.
  • To friends
  • Prose and poetry
  • You're the kind that always loses
  • Oh, Muse of satire, breathing fire
  • On Alexander I
  • Beneath the azure heaven of her native land
  • To Vyazemsky
  • To Yazykov
  • Confession
  • To I.I. Pushchin
  • Liberty
  • Stanzas
  • To the Emperor Nicholas I
  • Winter journey
  • Three springs
  • Arion
  • The poet
  • The talisman
  • To Dawe, Esq.
  • Remembrance
  • Thou and you
  • To Chaadaev
  • Young mare
  • Foreboding
  • Raven doth to raven flies
  • Capital of pomp and squalor
  • The upas tree
  • The dreary day is spent, and dreary night has soon
  • Blest he who at your fancy's pleasure
  • I loved you: and the feeling, why deceive you
  • As down the noisy streets I wander
  • At the bust of a conqueror
  • To the author of History of the Russian State
  • The monastery on Mt. Kazbek
  • The snowslide
  • What use my name to you, what good?
  • At moments when your graceful form
  • Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo
  • Conjury
  • Bound for the distant coast that bore you
  • At Kutuzov's grave
  • To the slanderers of Russia
  • Echo
  • History of a versifier
  • In a beauty's album
  • Album verse
  • But for my soul's obscurly asking
  • Don't let me lose my mind, oh, God;
  • Bitterly sobbing, the maid chid the youth with jealous reproaches
  • I was assured my heart had rested
  • She looks at you with such soft feeling
  • From Pindemonte
  • Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads.
  • Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters
  • In the country
  • The gypsies
  • The bridegroom
  • Count Nulin
  • Tsar Saltan
  • The bronze horseman
  • Eugene Onegin : a novel in verse
  • selected stanzas
  • Seclusion
Control code
ocm00333396
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xlix, 455 pages
Isbn
9780525186526
Lccn
69017218
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780525186526
  • (OCoLC)00333396
Label
Pushkin threefold; narrative, lyric, polemic, and ribald verse., The originals with linear and metric translations by Walter Arndt
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The dagger
  • On A.A. Davydova
  • To a foreign girl
  • A little bird
  • Night
  • Freedom's sower in wilderness
  • To Vorontsov
  • To the sea
  • Oh rose maiden, I am in fetters
  • The grape
  • The originals with linear translations.
  • Lisa is afraid to love
  • So soon as roses wilt
  • Ex ungue leonem
  • Andre Chenier
  • To ...
  • Winter evening
  • If life deceives you
  • Bacchic song
  • The last flowers are dearer
  • Tempest
  • Shorter poems.
  • To friends
  • Prose-writer and poet
  • Grace in anything eludes you
  • Oh, Muse of flaming satire
  • On Alexander I
  • Beneath the blue sky of her native land
  • To Vyazemsky
  • To Yazykov
  • Confession
  • To I.I. Pushchin
  • Liberty
  • Stanzas
  • To the Emperor Nicholas I
  • Winter road
  • Three springs
  • Arion
  • The poet
  • The talisman
  • To Dawe, Esq.
  • Remembrance
  • Thou and you
  • To Chaadaev
  • Young mare
  • Foreboding
  • Raven to raven flies
  • Gorgeous city, wretched city
  • The upas tree
  • The dismal day has flickered out; the dismal night's mist
  • Blest he who wantonly was chosen
  • I used to love you: love has still, it may be
  • When I wander along noisy streets
  • At the bust of a conqueror
  • To the author of History of the Russian State
  • The monastery on Mt. Kazbek
  • The snowslide
  • What is there for you in my name?
  • When into my embraces
  • Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo
  • Conjury
  • For the shores of your distant country
  • Before the sacred sepulcher
  • To the slanderers of Russia
  • Echo
  • History of a versifier
  • A beauty
  • Album verse
  • Were it not for the troubled urging
  • God grant that I not lose my mind
  • Bitterly sobbing, the jealous maiden was chiding the youth
  • I thought my heart had quite forgotten
  • She gazes at you so tenderly
  • From Pindemonte
  • Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads.
  • Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters
  • In the country
  • The gypsies
  • The bridegroom
  • Count Nulin
  • Tsar Saltan
  • The bronze horseman
  • Eugene Onegin: a novel in verse
  • selected stanzas
  • Seclusion
  • The dagger
  • Epigram on A.A. Davydova
  • To a foreign girl
  • A little bird
  • Night
  • As freedom's sower in the wasteland
  • On Count Vorontsov
  • To the sea
  • Rose maiden, no I do not quarrel
  • The grape
  • Metric translations.
  • Lisa is afraid to love
  • When first the roses wither
  • Ex ungue leonem
  • Andre Chenier
  • To ...
  • Winter evening
  • What if life deceives and baits you
  • Bacchic song
  • The season's final blossoms bring
  • Tempest
  • Shorter poems.
  • To friends
  • Prose and poetry
  • You're the kind that always loses
  • Oh, Muse of satire, breathing fire
  • On Alexander I
  • Beneath the azure heaven of her native land
  • To Vyazemsky
  • To Yazykov
  • Confession
  • To I.I. Pushchin
  • Liberty
  • Stanzas
  • To the Emperor Nicholas I
  • Winter journey
  • Three springs
  • Arion
  • The poet
  • The talisman
  • To Dawe, Esq.
  • Remembrance
  • Thou and you
  • To Chaadaev
  • Young mare
  • Foreboding
  • Raven doth to raven flies
  • Capital of pomp and squalor
  • The upas tree
  • The dreary day is spent, and dreary night has soon
  • Blest he who at your fancy's pleasure
  • I loved you: and the feeling, why deceive you
  • As down the noisy streets I wander
  • At the bust of a conqueror
  • To the author of History of the Russian State
  • The monastery on Mt. Kazbek
  • The snowslide
  • What use my name to you, what good?
  • At moments when your graceful form
  • Fountain at Tsarskoe Selo
  • Conjury
  • Bound for the distant coast that bore you
  • At Kutuzov's grave
  • To the slanderers of Russia
  • Echo
  • History of a versifier
  • In a beauty's album
  • Album verse
  • But for my soul's obscurly asking
  • Don't let me lose my mind, oh, God;
  • Bitterly sobbing, the maid chid the youth with jealous reproaches
  • I was assured my heart had rested
  • She looks at you with such soft feeling
  • From Pindemonte
  • Narrrative poems, fairy tales, and ballads.
  • Tsar Nikita and his forty daughters
  • In the country
  • The gypsies
  • The bridegroom
  • Count Nulin
  • Tsar Saltan
  • The bronze horseman
  • Eugene Onegin : a novel in verse
  • selected stanzas
  • Seclusion
Control code
ocm00333396
Dimensions
21 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xlix, 455 pages
Isbn
9780525186526
Lccn
69017218
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) i9780525186526
  • (OCoLC)00333396

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