Yevtushenko Poems presents a compilation of poems by Yevgeny Yevtushenko, a Russian poet.
This book shows Yevtushenko's literary style in writing novels, essays, dramas, and poetry. Comprised of 37 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the advantage of poetry over prose in its retentiveness. This text then discusses the characteristics of Yevtushenko's poems, which are varied in the means of substantiation and in their themes. Other chapters present the greatest of Yevtushenko's poems, which is epic in its size, length, and scope.
This book is a valuable resource for teachers and students.
The Spirit of Elbe (To My American Readers)
Came Other Times ...
"Hey, Citizens, Just Listen Here to Me"
A Russian Toy—Roly-Poly
On the Pechora River
To You, People
The Wave of a Hand
The American Nightingale
Above Earth's Sphere
I am Older Myself ...
Sleep, My Beloved, Sleep
Nothing by Halves Will Do for Me
About Tyko Virk
The Heirs of Stalin
The Fate of Names
Cowards haven't much Room to Maneuver ...
Great Talent Always Arouses Alarm ...
He has Returned to us ...
Eventually what Soberness Will Overtake ...
Conversation with an American Writer
Prayer Before the Prologue
The Power Controller
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- © Pergamon 1966
- 1st January 1966
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