Aleksandr Pusjkin

Aleksandr Pusjkin

Aleksandr Pusjkin


Aleksandr Sergejevitj Pusjkin (Александр Сергеевич Пушкин) (6. juni 1799 i Moskva – 10. februar 1837 i St. Petersborg) var en russisk forfatter og anses for selve grundlæggeren af russisk litteratur. Hans hovedværker er versromanen Jevgenij Onegin (eller Eugen Onegin) og skuespillet Boris Godunov. Som litterær figur har Pusjkins “Jevgenij Onegin” virket som inspiration for flere russiske forfattere, herunder for forfattere som Lermontov, Dostojevskij, Tolstoj og Turgenjev. Pusjkin blev dræbt i en duel, da han udfordrede en af sin kones bejlerne. (Kilde: Wikipedia)

Indholdsfortegnelse

1 Digte

1.1 The Upas Tree

1.2 Arion

1.3 Devils

1.4 Wandering the noisy streets…

1.5 Bacchanal Song

1.6 Deep in Siberia’s mines, let naught…

1.7 The Tenth Commandment

1.8 Should this life sometime deceive you…

1.9 Winter morning

1.10 Winter evening

1.11 Winter road

1.12 The wondrous moment of our meeting…

1.13 To the sea

1.14 When in the heat of my embrace

1.15 In a Beauty’s Album

1.16 To Chaadayev

1.17 On hills of Georgia lies covering of night..

1.18 Night

1.19 To My Nanny

1.20 Rose-maiden

1.21 The Poet

1.22 Confession

1.23 Awakening

1.24 The Prophet

1.25 A little bird

1.26 As freedom’s sower in the wasteland…

1.27 The old man

1.28 Verses, composed during a night of insomnia…

1.29 The Talisman

1.30 Storm-cloud

1.31 The Captive

1.32 Drowned

1.33 What means my name to you?

1.34 I loved you

1.35 I have endured my desire…

1.36 Amidst the Noisy Ball…

1.37 Angel

1.38 The Burned Letter

1.39 The Chronicle of the Versemaker

1.40 The Cloister on Kazbek

1.41 Conversation Of a Bookseller With a Poet

1.42 The Curious

1.43 The Demon

1.44 The Dream

1.45 The Elders…

1.46 The Flower

1.47 Farewell

1.48 The Gypsies

1.49 The Gypsies (2)

1.50 I am in Chains…

1.51 In Vain I’ve Thought to Hide…

1.52 The Land of Moscow…

1.53 The League of Ours Is…

1.54 Let a Bard, With…

1.55 Let God Help You…

1.56 Let Him, Who’s Crowned By…

1.57 Morpheus

1.58 Muse

1.59 My Beauty, Do Not Sing For Me

1.60 My Used Ignorance…

1.61 A Naïve Zealot of the Alien…

1.62 Near the Area, Where Reigns Venice of Gold…

1.63 A Nightingale and a Rose

1.64 Oh, Rome — a Proud Land…

1.65 Perfidy

1.66 The Raven to the Ravens Flies…

1.67 Save Me From Madness, God…

1.68 The Tempest

1.69 Worse Than an Idyl…