Ana Andrejevna Ahmatova je bila znamenita ruska pesnikinja, kritičar i Pesme je objavljivala pod pseudonimom Ahmatova (tatarsko prezime. Dobro došli! Na prelepoj poeziji vas očekuje: srpski pesnici, strani pesnici, ljubavna poezija, rodoljubiva poezija, dečija poezija, misli velikana, kvizovi. Transcript of АANA AHMATOVA. AKMEIZAM je pravac Pesme piše već od godine, a prvu zbirku će štampati Pre toga, , stupa.

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Anna Akhmatova – Wikipedia

Stalin and his Hangmen. Her family moved north to Tsarskoye Selonear St. It represented, to some degree, a rejection of her own earlier romantic work as she took on the public role as chronicler of the Terror. A voice came to me. Her friends died around her and others left in droves for safer havens in Europe and America, including Anrep, who escaped to England.

This page was last edited on 25 Decemberat Petersburgwhen she was eleven months old. In she was visited by Robert Frost ; Isaiah Berlin tried to visit her again, but she refused him, worried that her son might be re-arrested due to family association with the ideologically suspect western philosopher. Her lyrics are composed of short fragments of simple speech that do not form a logical coherent pattern.

My terror, oh my son. Akhmatova’s work ranges from short lyric poems to intricately structured cycles, such as Requiem —40her tragic masterpiece about the Stalinist terror.

Terror fingers all things in the dark, Leads moonlight to the axe. The poems were carefully disseminated in this way, but it ahmqtova likely that many compiled in this manner were lost. During the s Akhmatova tried to recall the text.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Anna Akhmatova. In Poem Without pedme Herothe longest and one of the best known of her works, written many decades later, she would recall this as a blessed time of her life. She had “her first taste of fame”, becoming renowned, not so much for her beauty, as her intense magnetism and allure, attracting the fascinated qna of a great many men, including the great and the good.

The executions had a powerful effect on the Russian intelligentsia, destroying the acmeist poetry group, and placing a stigma on Akhmatova and her son Lev by Gumilev. Lev’s later arrest during the purges and terrors of the s was based on being his father’s son.


A stately, grey-haired lady, a white shawl draped about her shoulders, slowly rose to greet us. They looked to a past in which the future was “rotting”.

Anna Akhmatova

Views Read Edit View history. I cannot tell if the day is ending, or the world, or if the secret of secrets is inside me again. InStalin approved the publication of one volume of poetry, From Six Books ; however, the collection was withdrawn and pulped after only a few months. She was condemned for a visit by the liberal, western, Jewish philosopher Isaiah Berlin inand Andrei Zhdanov publicly labelled her “half harlot, half nun”, her work “the poetry of an overwrought, upper-class lady”, her work the product of “eroticism, mysticism, and political indifference”.

Akhmatova’s father did not want to see any verses printed under his “respectable” name, so she chose to adopt her grandmother’s distinctly Tatar surname ‘Akhmatova’ as a pen name.

The Stogovs were modest landowners in the Mozhaisk region of the Moscow Province. Into celebrate what would have been Akhmatova’s th birthday, Harvard University held an international conference on her life and work.

Over time, they developed the influential Acmeist anti-symbolist school, concurrent with the growth of Imagism in Europe and America. They were moved here after the insurrection during the time of Posadnitsa Marfa. Her early poems usually picture a man and a woman involved in the most poignant, ambiguous moment of their relationship, much imitated and later parodied by Nabokov and others. Her close friend and fellow poet Mandelstam was deported and then sentenced to a Gulag labour camp, where he would die.

You are a traitor, and for a green island, Have betrayed, yes, betrayed your native Land, Abandoned all our songs and sacred Icons, And the pine tree over a quiet lake. Though my fingers are thin, still her thimble didn’t fit me.

See Martin p. For long periods she was in official disfavour and many of those who were close to her died in the aftermath of the revolution. He also was repeatedly taken into custody, dying in the Gulag in She returned to visit Modigliani in Paris, where he created at least 20 paintings of her, including several nudes. Kunitz and Hayward p.

Isaiah Berlin described the impact of her life, as he saw it:. Primary sources of information about Akhmatova’s life are relatively scant, as war, revolution and the totalitarian regime caused much of the written record to be destroyed.


How long till execution? Akhmatova wrote that by every time she went to see someone off at the train station as they went into exile, she’d find herself greeting friends at every step as so many of St Petersburg’s intellectual and cultural figures would be leaving on the same train.

She worked as a critic and essayist, though many USSR and foreign critics and readers concluded she had died.

One day somebody in the crowd identified me. Standing behind me was a woman, with lips blue from cold, who had, of course, never heard me called by name before. Oxford University Press, He banned her poems from publication in the journals Zvezda and Leningradaccusing her of poisoning the minds of Soviet youth. Akhmatova joined the Acmeist group of poets in with poets such as Osip Mandelstam and Sergey Gorodetskyworking in response to the Symbolist school, concurrent with the growth of Imagism in Europe and America.

Inthe Guild of Poets published her book of verse Evening Vecher — the first of five in nine years. Yegor Motovilov was my great-grandfather; his daughter, Anna Yegorovna, was my grandmother. Akhmatova in portrait by Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin.

She was ahmatoba for the Nobel Prize in [2] and received second-most three nominations for the award the following year. Nikolai Punin died in labour camp. It promoted the idea of craft as the key to poetry rather than inspiration or mystery, taking themes anx the concrete rather than the more ephemeral world of the Symbolists.

Instead, they reflect the way we actually think, the links between the images are emotional, and simple everyday objects epsme charged with psychological associations.

Between and Akhmatova composed, worked and reworked the long poem Requiem in secret, a lyrical cycle of lamentation and witness, depicting the suffering of the common people under Soviet terror.

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