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By Marina Tsvetaeva, Elaine Feinstein

ISBN-10: 1847778372

ISBN-13: 9781847778376

Whilst Elaine Feinstein first learn the poems of Marina Tsvetaeva in Russian within the Nineteen Sixties, the stumble upon remodeled her. 'What drew me to her initially,' she writes, 'was the depth of her feelings, and the honesty with which she uncovered them.' Her translations, first released to nice acclaim in 1971, brought Tsvetaeva to English readers. It was once the beginning of Feinstein's carrying on with engagement with a poet who has been an everlasting, hard proposal to her, and whose lifestyles she has written. To this enlarged variation Elaine Feinstein provides 5 significant items. 'Girlfriend', a series of lyrics, was once written for Tsvetaeva's lover Sofia Parnok. In 'New Year's Greetings' she spoke back to the dying of Rainer Maria Rilke. 'On a purple Horse' is a dramatic fairytale of energy and cruelty. 'Wires', of which lyrics have been integrated within the past version, now looks in complete; and a formerly passed over lyric from 'Poem of the End' has been translated. With a brand new creation, notes and bibliography of works in English, Bride of Ice brings Tsvetaeva to a brand new iteration of readers.

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Filled my days with model trains and trees whittled down, lowered my face into miniature smoke rising from the locomotive, at once acrid and sweet— inhaling it all, a heaven to hold forever. Or, a picnic, on a green hill. Autumn sun, sandwiches stacked high, and who I could love with me on a red gingham blanket, both of us fattened by time. You would think a bone stoppered my throat for how I talk, ridiculous clot of babble and gurgle, impediment as dreamed by the idiot or obvious— and then writ large, screamed out so no one with ears could ever miss me.

In the largest eyes ever, the goggling gimlets of the architeuthis as we sink in the inkwell dark of the blind ocean. As extras in the cast of Yog the Space Amoeba, mouthing Japanese we never before knew, our fear real, the danger fake, each building burnt like a cheap cigarette, down to an ashen stub, down to the loveless earth where you say to me we must run or die. indd 31 6/29/07 11:31:14 AM Seduction with Entropy If you think I’m honest, speak to me when it’s night. I’ll say anything when my face is blank like a moon.

Indd 54 6/29/07 11:31:20 AM Notes for My Body Double The plot hole by which you must enter in to the story is a doozy, a real humdinger, if you will, and it is all made of fire, the way the stars are made of fire, though we dream them to be utterly cold and prickly with a sad light. Nothing ever stops in my world to hear me singing to you. I have always loved you, sweet twin, beloved doppelgänger, alien lump of word in my mouth, language I spent three years learning only to forget when it grew too hard the phrases that meant something: Dear, I am your long lost butter cookie; and, I am sorry, it was accidental, but I have dipped the poodle in laudanum.

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