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Marina Tsvetaeva

5 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

MARiNA TSVETAEVA (1892-1942) was a hugely gifted poet and prose artist whose life was filled with personal tragedy. Opposing the revolution, she and her husband, Sergey Efron, emigrated to Europe, but she was overcome by homesickness, poverty and loneliness. The family returned to Russia in the late 1930s. Efron was killed, her children were imprisoned, and she was barely allowed to work as a translator. Unable to get her creative work published, destroyed by personal tragedies, she took her own life.


North. – Northeaster.

Chtenia: Winter 2017
A note on the wine riots.
Author: Marina Tsvetaeva
Translator: Boris Dralyuk

Luchina

Chtenia: Spring 2014
Tsvetaeva's brief and trenchant comparison of Paris and Russia.
Author: Marina Tsvetaeva
Translator: Maria Bloshteyn

August, Asters

Chtenia: Summer 2011

Author: Marina Tsvetaeva
Translator: Nina Shevchuk-Murray
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XXX

Chtenia: Spring 2011

Authors: Marina Tsvetaeva and Ekaterina Rogalskaya-Zeyen
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Snow Drifts 4

Chtenia: Winter 2011

Author: Marina Tsvetaeva
Translator: Nina Shevchuk-Murray
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