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Anna Akhmatova Forty-Five Poems

By Akhmatova, Anna

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Book Id: WPLBN0000659811
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: Anna Akhmatova Forty-Five Poems  
Author: Akhmatova, Anna
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Literature, Poetry
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Classic Literature

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Excerpt: ?Now the pillow?s,? Now the pillow?s, hot on both sides. A second candle dies, the ravens cry there, endlessly. No sleep all night, too late to think of sleep? How unbearably white the blind?s white deep. Hello, Morning!

Table of Contents
Contents From: (YHQLQJ ......................................................... 6 ‘Now the pillow’s,’.................................................. 6 Reading Hamlet ....................................................... 7 ‘Hands clasped under the dark veil.’........................ 8 ‘Memory of sunlight ebbs from the heart.’ .............. 9 ‘A grey cloud in the sky overhead,’....................... 10 Song of the Last Meeting....................................... 11 ‘I’ve written down the words’................................ 12 ‘I came here, in idleness.’ ...................................... 14 White Night ........................................................... 15 Evening Room ....................................................... 16 Legend on An Unfinished Portrait......................... 17 ‘He loved three things, alive:’................................ 18 From: 5RVDU\ ......................................................... 19 A Ride.................................................................... 19 ‘I won’t beg for your love.’ ................................... 20 Evening.................................................................. 21 ‘Here we’re all drunkards and whores,’................. 22 ‘…And no-one came to meet me’.......................... 23 ‘Always so many pleas from a lover!’ ................... 25 ‘The high vault’s bluer’ ......................................... 27 For M. Lozinsky .................................................... 29

 

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