By Anna de Noailles
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Fille d’un prince roumain, héroïne du Paris aristocratique du début du siècle, Anna de Brancovan, comtesse de Noailles, est l’auteur de neuf recueils de vers, de trois romans et de poèmes en prose dont on trouvera ici le meilleur. Sa poésie, très autobiographique, est d’une sensibilité universelle. Elle nous permet de partager son amour de los angeles nature, mais aussi les élans et les tourments d’une femme passionnée, aux enthousiasmes communicatifs. Par los angeles magie d’une langue musicale et racée, Anna de Noailles nous touche au cœur. Son œuvre, éblouissante, est une partie de notre mémoire, de notre vie.
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As an editor, Tvardov sky has played a very important part in encouraging new and controversial talent, as his publication of Solzhenitsyn’s One Day so clearly demonstrates. Alexander Tvardovsky was born in the Smolensk region, the son of a blacksmith. He began to write verse at an early age. He published his first poems in the local papers. In Moscow he was first printed in Oktyabr. But he continued living in Smolensk where he took courses in higher education. In 1935 he moved to Moscow, and his literary career may be said to date from then.
Then, till 1942, he worked on a newspaper. Thereafter he joined up and went to the front. After the war he worked as a technician in a State Collective Farm in the Kemerovsk region. In 1948, he returned to Moscow as a poetry consultant to the All-Union House of Folk Culture. He traveled much, collect ing folk songs, chastushki and studying folk music. He himself had written poetry since childhood. Mikhail Prishvin was the first to notice his poetic talent. Bokov had also made a study of the Kalevala, which he has translated.
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