Anna Akhmatova

Anna Andreyevna Gorenko

Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games. 2013.

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  • Anna Akhmatova — (1954) Nom de naissance Anna Andreïevna Gorenko Activités Poète …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Anna Akhmatova — ( ru. Анна Ахматова, real name Анна Андреевна Горенко) (OldStyleDate|June 23|1889|June 11 March 5, 1966) was the pen name of Anna Andreevna Gorenko, a Russian poet credited with a large influence on Russian poetry.Akhmatova s work ranges from… …   Wikipedia

  • Requiem (Anna Akhmatova) — Anna Akhmatova Author of Requiem Requiem is a lyrical cycle of elegy, lamentation and witness written between 1935 and 1940 by Anna Akhmatova. Akhmatova composed, worked and reworked the long sequence in secret, depicting the suffering of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Anna Akmatova — Anna Akhmatova Portrait d Anna Akhmatova par Kouzma Petrov Vodkine, 1922 Anna Akhmatova (en russe : Анна Ахматова ; 23 juin 1889 – 5  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • AKHMATOVA (A.) — Membre de l’école «acméiste», Anna Akhmatova est, dès 1917, l’un des représentants les plus célèbres de la génération postsymboliste à laquelle la poésie russe doit de connaître son «âge d’argent». Longtemps étouffée et, en 1946, explicitement… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Anna Ajmátova — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Anna Ajmátova Retrato de Ajmátova hecho por Kuzmá Petrov Vodkin …   Wikipedia Español

  • Anna Andrejewna Achmatowa — (gebürtige Gorenko; russisch Анна Андреевна Ахматова, wiss. Transliteration Anna Andreevna Achmatova, bzw. Горенко; * 11.jul./ …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Anna Achmatova — Anna Andrejewna Achmatowa Anna Andrejewna Achmatowa (gebürtige Gorenko; russisch Анна Андреевна Ахматова, wiss. Transliteration Anna Andreevna Achmatova, bzw. Горенко; * 11.jul./ 23. Juni 1889greg …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Anna Achmatowa — Anna Andrejewna Achmatowa Anna Andrejewna Achmatowa (gebürtige Gorenko; russisch Анна Андреевна Ахматова, wiss. Transliteration Anna Andreevna Achmatova, bzw. Горенко; * 11.jul./ 23. Juni 1889greg …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Akhmatova's Orphans — Akhmatova Orphans (Ахматовские сироты) were a group of Russian poets from Saint Petersburg. Their name was a reference to Anna Akhmatova. They were: *Joseph Brodsky *Yevgeny Rein *Anatoly Naiman *Dmitri Bobyshev …   Wikipedia

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