Alexander Blok

ALEXANDER BLOK (1880-1921) was one of the greatest Russian poets of the Silver Age. A leader of the Symbolist movement, he invented a new poetic language in his poems Retribution and The Twelve.


The Stranger (11: Dacha Life)
A Girl Sang in the Church Choir (10: Hope Dies Last)
Christmas Eve in the Forest (05: Winter Holidays)
The Petrograd Sky Had Grown Turbid With Rain (27: The War to End All)
Now, I, who once was proud and haughty (35: Gypsies)
The Twelve (37: The Year 1917)

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