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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This book presents sixteen leading poets of the Silver Age or Russian poetry, so called only because the designation of Golden Age already belonged to the age of Pushkin. This book is addressed mainly to a reader who does not read Russian.

This book presents sixteen leading poets of the Silver Age of Russian poetry, so called only because the designation of "Golden Age" already belonged to the age of Pushkin

This book presents sixteen leading poets of the Silver Age of Russian poetry, so called only because the designation of "Golden Age" already belonged to the age of Pushkin. In fact, the Silver Age produced more poets of undoubted greatness, originality and universal appeal than the Golden Age. All of the poets introduced, with Innokenty Annensky, a symbolist, the oldest an This book presents sixteen leading poets of the Silver Age of Russian poetry, so called only because the designation of "Golden Age" already belonged to the age of Pushkin.

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In fact, the Silver Age produced more poets of undoubted greatness, originality and universal appeal than the Golden Age.

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Poetry of the Silver Age: The Various Voices of Russian Modernism. October 2001 · The Slavic and East European Journal. Article Andrew McKie. La poesía y la crítica poética de Enrique Díez-Canedo. Se hace un estudio de la obra poética de E. Díez-Canedo: libros, temas e influencias, estilo, métrica, y se establecen las etapas de su evolución desde el postmodernismo hacia una poesía más sintética e intelectual.

Poetry of the Silver Age: The Various Voices of Russian Modernism (Artes Liberales (Dresden, Germany), B.

Poetry of the Silver Age: The Various Voices of Russian Modernism (Artes Liberales (Dresden, Germany), Bd. by Victor Terras. ISBN 13: 9783931828714. Publication Date: 8/1/1998. Help your friends save money! Store.

The notion Silver Age is rather relative and encompasses a phenomenon of quite controversial outline and uneven pattern. Anyway, all of them had contributed to the true miracle, creating the Silver Age of Russian poetry.

The term Silver Age of Poetry in Russia is given to the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th century. The Golden Age of Poetry was when the most prominent Russian poets, such as Pushkin and Lermontov, were taking the first big steps for Russian poetry

The term Silver Age of Poetry in Russia is given to the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th century. The Golden Age of Poetry was when the most prominent Russian poets, such as Pushkin and Lermontov, were taking the first big steps for Russian poetry. The Silver Age was a productive time for the poetic world, which saw the appearance of new literary movements and talented writers that created them. The emergence of symbolism. Following in the footsteps of France, Russia adapted the idea of symbolism in art, bringing new and original ideas to their own artist movement.

Silver Age (Сере́бряный век) is a term traditionally applied by Russian philologists to the last decade of the 19th century and first two or three decades of the 20th century. It was an exceptionally creative period in the history of Russian poetry, on par with the Golden Age a century earlier.

This book presents sixteen leading poets of the "Silver Age" or Russian poetry, so called only because the designation of "Golden Age" already belonged to the age of Pushkin.This book is addressed mainly to a reader who does not read Russian, but takes an interest, academic or otherwise, in Russian poetry and would like to learn more about it than could be learned from an anthology or from a history of Russian literature. Enough poems by each poet are presented to give the reader an idea of the poet's main topics, devices, and idiosyncratic poetic vision. Enough biographic, literary, and contingent background is provided to facilitate the understanding of each poem.
Poetry of the Silver Age: The Various Voices of Russian Modernism (Artes Liberales (Dresden, Germany), Bd. 8.) download epub
Poetry
Author: Alexander Landman,Victor Terras
ISBN: 3931828719
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Dresden Univ Pr (August 1, 1998)
Pages: 480 pages