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Alexander Pushkin

12 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

Alexander Pushkin ALEXANDER PUSHKIN (1799-1837) is considered by most to be Russia's greatest poet. His life was cut short by a duel, yet he was nevertheless astoundingly prolific, and his poems are as rich and complex as they are beautiful. In his poetry and his prose, he revolutionized Russian literature by mixing storytelling and satire with vernacular language.


Autumn

Chtenia: Fall 2017
A classic work from the great poet.
Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Peter France

The Gypsy Girl

Chtenia: Summer 2016

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Gerard Ledger

The Covetous Knight

Chtenia: Spring 2016
Pushkin's play about familial deceit, betrayal and love of treasure.
Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: A.F.B. Clark

My Beauty, Do Not Sing to Me

Chtenia: Fall 2015

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Lydia Razran Stone

Eugene Onegin

Chtenia: Fall 2014
An excerpt from the classic novel in prose.
Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: A Z Foreman

Evgeny Onegin

Chtenia: Winter 2014
A short excerpt from the classic poem, where Pushkin sings Moscow's praises.
Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: James Falen

The Undertaker

Chtenia: Winter 2013

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Thomas Keane
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Vurdalak

Chtenia: Winter 2013

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Nora Seligman Favorov and Nina Shevchuk-Murray
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The Queen of Spades

Chtenia: Winter 2011

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Paul E. Richardson and Thomas Keane
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Missive to Siberia

Chtenia: Winter 2010

Author: Alexander Pushkin
Translator: Liv Bliss
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