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Vyacheslav Ivanov

a.k.a. Vyacheslav Ivanovich Ivanov

Author Code: RVII

Born: Feb. 28, 1866 - Moscow, Russia

Died: Jul. 16, 1949 - Rome, Italy

Educated at Moscow University, Ivanov moved to the Berlin University in 1886. From 1892, he was in Rome studying archaeology and received his PhD there. Newly married to Lydia Zinovieva-Annibal, the couple first settled in Athens and then moved to Geneva. Ivanov was greatly influenced by Italy, which was the subject of his first sonnet. In 1903, he published Lodestars, his firs collection of verse, and one which won critical acclaim. He returned to Russia in 1905 where he became a major influence on the Russian Symbolist movement. In 1905, he produced his first play, Tantalus. His wife died in 1907, and he married her daughter Vera (by her first marriage). She died in 1920, aged 30, and her death left him distraught. Also in 1920, he moved to Baku and was appointed Chair of Classical Philology at the University there. He was unable to leave the Soviet Union until 1924. when he returned to Italy. He took a position as professor at the Russicum. In 1926, he became a Russian Catholic. Most of his later writing were translation of classical works. His main works include Translucency (1904), Prometheus (1906), Cor Ardens (1907), Po Zvyozdam (1909), Infancy (1913), Man (1915), Furrows and Boundaries (1916), Correspondence Across a Room (1921), Simbolismo (1936) and Evening Light (1962 Posthumous).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
RVII001 Selected Poetry
  Autumn
  Blok has Died
  The Catch
  Clothed In Beauty
  Complaint
  Fountain
  Funeral
  Heaven Above, Heaven Below
  The Holy Rose
  Love
  Narcissus: A Pompeiian Bronze
  Nomads of Beauty
  The Poet Teaches Something
  Poets Of Spirit
  The Russian Mind
  The Seeking of Self
  The Vineyard Of Dionysus
1905-1936 19 114k eBook Download PDF - 'Selected Poetry' (RVII001)   Download ePub - 'Selected Poetry' (RVII001) Find a printed copy of Selected Poetry by Vyacheslav Ivanov at AbeBooks

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