Yesenin


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Yesenin

(jɛˈsɛnɪn)
n
(Biography) Sergey Aleksandrovich. See (Sergey Aleksandrovich) Esenin
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Petersburg - Russia from PS1,845 pp with Jules Verne Cruising along tranquil rivers, lakes and canals against a backdrop of peaceful pine forests and sandy shores, enjoy a ten-night voyage on board the exclusively chartered MS Yesenin. Highlights include Moscow's Gorky Park and Kremlin, the magical Kizhi Island and its UNESCO open air Museum of Architecture, the ancient city of Yaroslavl, a city tour of St.
30, Sergey Yesenin Str.), Khachmaz (at 40 Nariman Narimanov Str.), Guba (at 194 Haydar Aliyev Ave.
The texts are from the pen of Sergei Yesenin (1895-1925), a brilliant but troubled poet whose four wives included renowned dancer Isadora Duncan, as well as Leo Tolstoy's granddaughter Sophie.
Still later, such sympathies were again ignited in the arms of Russian poet Sergei Yesenin, eighteen years her junior.
My main inspiration is Russian poet Sergei Yesenin. We don't have a title for the book yet, and I write only in Russian.
Price of PS1,795 pp (two sharing) includes BA flights (Heathrow), transfers, full board on the MS Yesenin. Departs June 18 and August 20.
It is interesting, for example, to learn who Celan was translating, say in 1958: Paul Eluard, Osip Mandelstam, and Sergei Yesenin. The letters also provide some insight into the personal context surrounding certain poems, including anecdotes about public readings of Celan's famous "Todesfuge." A smattering of poems and translations (almost exclusively by Celan) are a welcome reprieve from the many bland "missing you" exchanges or unsurprising declarations of love.
Possibilities include Three Russian Poets (Drei Russisische Dichter), with poems by Mandelstam, Yesenin, and Blok; translations of texts by Paul Valery and Ungaretti; and Celan's translation of 21 sonnets by William Shakespeare.
Fest's new talent emphasis is personified by three films from women directors: Russian Marina Razbezhkina's "The Hollow," a drama based on Russian poet Sergei Yesenin's book; Mijke de Jong's realist tale, "Katia's Sister"; and Solveig Anspach's comedy "Back Soon" from Iceland, co-produced by France's Bac Films.
Osip Mandelstam died in a prison camp; Marina Tsvetayeva, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and Sergei Yesenin committed suicide.