Emily Dickinson Poems

Emily Dickinson «Poems»

Poems

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Язык издания: английский

Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1890 г.

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Тип обложки: твёрдая

Страниц: 156

Описание:

Стихотворения.

Содержание:

  1. Thomas Wentworth Higginson. Preface, p. III-VI
  2. PRELUDE
    1. Emily Dickinson. “This is my letter to the World…” (стихотворение), p. 9
  3. BOOK I. LIFE
    1. Emily Dickinson. I. Success (стихотворение), p. 13
    2. Emily Dickinson. II. “Our share of night to bear…” (стихотворение), p. 14
    3. Emily Dickinson. III. Rouge et Noir (стихотворение), p. 15
    4. Emily Dickinson. IV. Rouge gagne (стихотворение), p. 16
    5. Emily Dickinson. V. “Glee! the great storm is over…” (стихотворение), p. 17
    6. Emily Dickinson. VI. “If I can stop one heart from breaking…” (стихотворение), p. 18
    7. Emily Dickinson. VII. Almost (стихотворение), p. 19
    8. Emily Dickinson. VIII. “A wounded deer leaps highest…” (стихотворение), p. 20
    9. Emily Dickinson. IX. “The heart asks pleasure first…” (стихотворение), p. 21
    10. Emily Dickinson. X. In a Library (стихотворение), p. 22-23
    11. Emily Dickinson. XI. “Much madness is divinest sense…” (стихотворение), p. 24
    12. Emily Dickinson. XII. “I asked no other thing…” (стихотворение), p. 25
    13. Emily Dickinson. XIII. Exclusion (стихотворение), p. 26
    14. Emily Dickinson. XIV. The Secret (стихотворение), p. 27
    15. Emily Dickinson. XV. The Lonely House (стихотворение), p. 28-29
    16. Emily Dickinson. XVI. “To fight aloud is very brave…” (стихотворение), p. 30
    17. Emily Dickinson. XVII. Dawn (стихотворение), p. 31
    18. Emily Dickinson. XVIII. The Book of Martyrs (стихотворение), p. 32
    19. Emily Dickinson. XIX. The Mystery of Pain (стихотворение), p. 33
    20. Emily Dickinson. XX. “I taste a liquor never brewed…” (стихотворение), p. 34
    21. Emily Dickinson. XXI. A Book (стихотворение), p. 35
    22. Emily Dickinson. XXII. “I had no time to hate, because…” (стихотворение), p. 36
    23. Emily Dickinson. XXIII. Unreturning (стихотворение), p. 37
    24. Emily Dickinson. XXIV. “Whether my bark went down at sea…” (стихотворение), p. 38
    25. Emily Dickinson. XXV. “Belshazzar had a letter…” (стихотворение), p. 39
    26. Emily Dickinson. XXVI. “The brain within its groove…” (стихотворение), p. 40
  4. BOOK II. LOVE
    1. Emily Dickinson. I. Mine (стихотворение), p. 43
    2. Emily Dickinson. II. Bequest (стихотворение), p. 44
    3. Emily Dickinson. III. “Alter? When the hills do…” (стихотворение), p. 45
    4. Emily Dickinson. IV. Suspense (стихотворение), p. 46
    5. Emily Dickinson. V. Surrender (стихотворение), p. 47
    6. Emily Dickinson. VI. “If you were coming in the fall…” (стихотворение), p. 48-49
    7. Emily Dickinson. VII. With a Flower (стихотворение), p. 50
    8. Emily Dickinson. VIII. Proof (стихотворение), p. 51
    9. Emily Dickinson. IX. “Have you got a brook in your little heart?..” (стихотворение), p. 52
    10. Emily Dickinson. X. Transplanted (стихотворение), p. 53
    11. Emily Dickinson. XI. The Outlet (стихотворение), p. 54
    12. Emily Dickinson. XII. In vain (стихотворение), p. 55-57
    13. Emily Dickinson. XIII. Renunciation (стихотворение), p. 58-59
    14. Emily Dickinson. XIV. Loveʼs Baptism (стихотворение), p. 60-61
    15. Emily Dickinson. XV. Resurrection (стихотворение), p. 62
    16. Emily Dickinson. XVI. Apocalypse (стихотворение), p. 63
    17. Emily Dickinson. XVII. The Wife (стихотворение), p. 64
    18. Emily Dickinson. XVIII. Apotheosis (стихотворение), p. 65
  5. BOOK III. NATURE
    1. Emily Dickinson. I. “New feet within my garden go…” (стихотворение), p. 69
    2. Emily Dickinson. II. May-flower (стихотворение), p. 70
    3. Emily Dickinson. III. Why? (стихотворение), p. 71
    4. Emily Dickinson. IV. “Perhaps you ʼd like to buy a flower…” (стихотворение), p. 72
    5. Emily Dickinson. V. “The pedigree of honey…” (стихотворение), p. 73
    6. Emily Dickinson. VI. A Service of Song (стихотворение), p. 74
    7. Emily Dickinson. VII. “The bee is not afraid of me…” (стихотворение), p. 75
    8. Emily Dickinson. VIII. Summerʼs Armies (стихотворение), p. 76-77
    9. Emily Dickinson. IX. The Grass (стихотворение), p. 78-79
    10. Emily Dickinson. X. “A little road not made of man…” (стихотворение), p. 80
    11. Emily Dickinson. XI. Summer Shower (стихотворение), p. 81
    12. Emily Dickinson. XII. Psalm of the Day (стихотворение), p. 82-83
    13. Emily Dickinson. XIII. The Sea of Sunset (стихотворение), p. 84
    14. Emily Dickinson. XIV. Purple Clover (стихотворение), p. 85-86
    15. Emily Dickinson. XV. The Bee (стихотворение), p. 87
    16. Emily Dickinson. XVI. “Presentiment is that long shadow…” (стихотворение), p. 88
    17. Emily Dickinson. XVII. “As children bid the guest good-night…” (стихотворение), p. 89
    18. Emily Dickinson. XVIII. “Angels in the early morning…” (стихотворение), p. 90
    19. Emily Dickinson. XIX. “So bashful when I spied her…” (стихотворение), p. 91
    20. Emily Dickinson. XX. Two Worlds (стихотворение), p. 92
    21. Emily Dickinson. XXI. The Mountain (стихотворение), p. 93
    22. Emily Dickinson. XXII. A Day (стихотворение), p. 94
    23. Emily Dickinson. XXIII. “The butterflyʼs assumption-gown…” (стихотворение), p. 95
    24. Emily Dickinson. XXIV. The Wind (стихотворение), p. 96-97
    25. Emily Dickinson. XXV. Death and Life (стихотворение), p. 98
    26. Emily Dickinson. XXVI. “'T was later when the summer went…” (стихотворение), p. 99
    27. Emily Dickinson. XXVII. Indian Summer (стихотворение), p. 100-101
    28. Emily Dickinson. XXVIII. Autumn (стихотворение), p. 102
    29. Emily Dickinson. XXIX. Beclouded (стихотворение), p. 103
    30. Emily Dickinson. XXX. The Hemlock (стихотворение), p. 104-105
    31. Emily Dickinson. XXXI. “There ʼs a certain slant of light…” (стихотворение), p. 106
  6. BOOK IV. TIME AND ETERNITY
    1. Emily Dickinson. I. “One dignity delays for all…” (стихотворение), p. 109
    2. Emily Dickinson. II. Too late (стихотворение), p. 110-111
    3. Emily Dickinson. III. Astra Castra (стихотворение), p. 112
    4. Emily Dickinson. IV. “Safe in their alabaster chambers…” (стихотворение), p. 113
    5. Emily Dickinson. V. “On this long storm the rainbow rose…” (стихотворение), p. 114
    6. Emily Dickinson. VI. From the chrysalis (стихотворение), p. 115
    7. Emily Dickinson. VII. Setting sail (стихотворение), p. 116
    8. Emily Dickinson. VIII. “Look back on time with kindly eyes…” (стихотворение), p. 117
    9. Emily Dickinson. IX. “A train went through a burial gate…” (стихотворение), p. 118
    10. Emily Dickinson. X. “I died for beauty, but was scarce…” (стихотворение), p. 119
    11. Emily Dickinson. XI. Troubled about many things (стихотворение), p. 120
    12. Emily Dickinson. XII. Real (стихотворение), p. 121
    13. Emily Dickinson. XIII. A Funeral (стихотворение), p. 122
    14. Emily Dickinson. XIV. “I went to thank her…” (стихотворение), p. 123
    15. Emily Dickinson. XV. “I ʼve seen a dying eye…” (стихотворение), p. 124
    16. Emily Dickinson. XVI. Refuge (стихотворение), p. 125
    17. Emily Dickinson. XVII. “I never saw a moor…” (стихотворение), p. 126
    18. Emily Dickinson. XVIII. Playmates (стихотворение), p. 127
    19. Emily Dickinson. XIX. “To know just how he suffered…” (стихотворение), p. 128-129
    20. Emily Dickinson. XX. “The last night that she lived…” (стихотворение), p. 130-131
    21. Emily Dickinson. XXL The First Lesson (стихотворение), p. 132
    22. Emily Dickinson. XXII. “The bustle in a house…” (стихотворение), p. 133
    23. Emily Dickinson. XXIII. “I reason, earth is short…” (стихотворение), p. 134
    24. Emily Dickinson. XXIV. “Afraid? Of whom am I afraid?..” (стихотворение), p. 135
    25. Emily Dickinson. XXV. Dying (стихотворение), p. 136
    26. Emily Dickinson. XXVI. “Two swimmers wrestled on a spar…” (стихотворение), p. 137
    27. Emily Dickinson. XXVII. The Chariot (стихотворение), p. 138-139
    28. Emily Dickinson. XXVIII. “She went as quiet as the dew…” (стихотворение), p. 140
    29. Emily Dickinson. XXIX. Resurgam (стихотворение), p. 141
    30. Emily Dickinson. XXX. “Except to heaven she is nought…” (стихотворение), p. 142
    31. Emily Dickinson. XXXI. “Death is a dialogue between…” (стихотворение), p. 143
    32. Emily Dickinson. XXXIL “It was too late for man…” (стихотворение), p. 144
    33. Emily Dickinson. XXXIII. Along the Potomac (стихотворение), p. 145
    34. Emily Dickinson. XXXIV. “The daisy follows soft the Sun…” (стихотворение), p. 146
    35. Emily Dickinson. XXXV. Emancipation (стихотворение), p. 147
    36. Emily Dickinson. XXXVI. Lost (стихотворение), p. 148
    37. Emily Dickinson. XXXVII. “If I should nʼt be alive…” (стихотворение), p. 149
    38. Emily Dickinson. XXXVIII. “Sleep is supposed to be…” (стихотворение), p. 150
    39. Emily Dickinson. XXXIX. “I shall know why when time is over…” (стихотворение), p. 151
    40. Emily Dickinson. XL. “I never lost as much but twice…” (стихотворение), p. 152

Примечание:

Первое издание стихов Эмили Дикинсон (посмертное). Имеет подзаголовок: «Редактированное двумя её друзьями». Названия стихотворений придуманы редакторами — Хиггинсоном и Мейбл Лумис Тодд.

В Оглавлении книги имеется ошибка в нумерации страниц: указано, что предисловие заканчивается на стр. XII, стихи начинаются со стр. 9.




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