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ISBN: 1557791287
Author: Emil Draitser
Language: Russian
Publisher: Hermitage Publishers; 1st edition (2000)
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I purchased Draitser's two anthologies because I am interested in Russian prosody, but my Russian is rusty and without the accent marks in the poems, I would have to use a dictionary to confirm where the accents fell before I could recite the poem properly. It is extremely uncommon to find any publications in Russian where the accent marks are included as an aid to the foreign reader.

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Russkie Poety XX Veka, Twentieth Century Russian Poets : Anthology for Students Book Overview. This anthology is a teaching aid for use in courses on Russian literature and culture of the 20th century for English-speaking students

Russkie Poety XX Veka, Twentieth Century Russian Poets : Anthology for Students. This anthology is a teaching aid for use in courses on Russian literature and culture of the 20th century for English-speaking students. It includes selected poems by Alexander Blok, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Sergei Esenin, Anna Akhmatova, Osip Mandestam, Marina Tsvetaeva, Boris Pasternak, and Iosif Brodsky.

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Russkie poety XX veka. antologiia dlia studentov. Published 2000 by Hermitage Publishers in Tenaflu, NJ. Written in English.

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This anthology is a teaching aid for use in courses on Russian literature and culture of the 20th century for English-speaking students. It includes selected poems by Alexander Blok, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Sergei Esenin, Anna Akhmatova, Osip Mandestam, Marina Tsvetaeva, Boris Pasternak, and Iosif Brodsky. Each poet is introduced with a short biographical account. All poetical texts are supplied with stress-marks. Rare and difflcult words are translated. Cultural and historical background information is provided in footnotes. Editor and compiler of the book, Professor Emil Draitser teaches Russian language and literature at Hunter College of the City University of New York.

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Minnai
Like compiler Emil Draitser's companion volume on Russian poetry of the nineteenth century, this anthology of the work of eight major twentieth-century Russian poets (Blok, Akhmatova, Mandelstam, Mayakovsky, Esenin, Tsvetaeva, Pasternak, and Brodsky) is well suited to use in the advanced Russian language classroom, literature seminars for advanced or heritage learners of Russian, or self-study. The anthology presents a careful selection of representative works by each featured poet that includes many of the expected, most famous poems (the "highlights") by each, alongside other lesser-known pieces that lend themselves well to thematic discussion and/or linguistic analysis. The poems are for the most part short and easily manageable; the longest complete texts in the volume are probably Blok's "The Scythians" and Mayakovsky's "Brooklyn Bridge"; several longer works are also represented in excerpted form, including Akhmatova's "Requiem" and Mayakovsky's "At the Top of My Voice." For the most part the selections are well made and representative of a solid chronological cross-section of each poet's work, although there are a few surprising omissions--for example, Pasternak's arguably most famous poem "My Sister Life" is left out, and the brilliant poems of Tsvetaeva's masterful collection "After Russia" are rather too sparsely represented. One might also wish that the excerpted works had been either included in full, or omitted entirely, as they are not very useful in the fragmentary form in which they are given.

All in all, however, the selection is robust and satisfying, and this volume unquestionably has more to offer today's reader than its closest competitor, Blackwell Publishers' "Seven Soviet Poets" (1988), which is outdated and unfortunately omits the poetic luminaries Tsvetaeva, Mandelstam, and Brodsky in favor of Soviet 1960s poets Evtushenko and Voznesensky (it should be noted that Draitser's volume, though more up-to-date in its inclusion of Brodsky, does not venture much beyond the first two-thirds of the twentieth century and, with the exception of two Brodsky poems written in emigration, does not include any work from the perestroika or post-Soviet periods).

The learning aids included in this volume are also very useful: each poet's work is preceded by a brief (1-2 pages) biographical chronology, footnotes are provided to explain the occasional idiom in addition to obscure cultural, geographical, and historical material (e.g., "черные маруси" and "стрелецкие женки" in Akhmatova's "Requiem"), the poem texts are marked for stress to facilitate more accurate oral recitation, and challenging vocabulary is glossed in the margins. This format is very convenient for students and allows them to focus their efforts on making sense of the original text, rather than having to constantly flip back and forth to a glossary or resort to a parallel English translation. On the other hand, the choice of which vocabulary is glossed is somewhat arbitrary and will not fill the needs of all students; most (i.e., all but the most literate heritage speakers) will need to supplement with a dictionary. Finally, it should be said that, although the volume is quite well done overall, occasional errors creep into the Russian poem texts (in spelling, grammatical forms, and stress), and some choices of English equivalent in the marginal glosses are questionable, so the instructor will want to be on the lookout for these small lapses to avoid confusion. All these quibbles are minor, however. The fact remains that this lovingly prepared little volume provides a convenient, inexpensive, reasonably comprehensive, useful, well-thought out, and richly evocative introduction to the greatest hits of classical twentieth-century Russian poetry. In the hands of the right sort of teacher and the right sort of student, it will create an unforgettable impression.
Dalallador
For the student of Russian prosody who does not have near-total command of stress location in Russian words, this is one of the rare anthologies with stress marks shown. If the student wishes to recite favorite pieces to get some sense of the rhythm and musicality, such an aid is invaluable.

The selected poems are a matter of taste upon which no two scholars would agree. I regret the exclusion of Klyuev, but did notice that six of the 25 poems at the end of "Dr. Zhivago" are included. They are considered to be Pasternak at the height of his powers.

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