Akhmatova


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Akh·ma·to·va

 (ək-mä′tə-və), Anna Pseudonym of Anna Andreevna Gorenko. 1889-1966.
Russian poet whose work is characterized by personal themes and noted for its lyrical beauty. Her books were banned by the Soviet government between 1946 and 1958.

Akhmatova

(Russian axˈmatəvə)
n
(Biography) Anna (ˈannə). pseudonym of Anna Gorenko. 1889–1966, Russian poet: noted for her concise and intensely personal lyrics
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Yn gynharach eleni fe fum yng nghartref Emily Dickinson a gweld yr arddangosfa wych a wnaed o'i gwaith a'i bywyd hi ac yn San Petersburg es i ymweld a chartref dila Anna Akhmatova, i enwi dim ond rhai.
As Anna Akhmatova, the great poetic chronicler of Stalin's terror, said, "I am alive in this grave.