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'Vladimir Mayakovsky' and other poems / Vladimir Mayakovsky ; translated & edited by James Womack.

By: Mayakovsky, Vladimir, 1893-1930.
Contributor(s): Womack, James William, 1979-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: PG3476.M3 2016Publication: Manchester : Carcanet Press LTD, 2016Description: xv, 239 p.ISBN: 9781784102920; 178410292X.Subject(s): Mayakovsky, Vladimir, 1893-1930 -- Translations into English | Russian poetry -- Translations into English
Contents:
Night -- Morning -- Port -- Street scene -- Could you? -- Me -- Exhausted portrait of Spring -- In tiredness -- Love -- We -- Cries and whispers -- Up yours! -- They just don't get it -- In a car -- Valdimir Mayakovsky -- War is declared -- Mother and the evening the Germans killed -- Cloud in trousers -- I and Napoleon -- You! -- And that's how I became a dog -- Hey! -- To Lily, instead of a letter -- I'm bored -- Going cheap -- A moonlit night -- To his own self, with affection, the author dedicates these lines -- To Russia -- My borther writes -- The revolution -- How red is your riding hood? -- Eat your pineapple -- Our march -- Spring -- How to treat horses -- Ode to the revolution -- Battle-order to the army of art -- The poet worker -- Left march -- Stunning facts -- Vladimir Ilich! -- Vladimir Mayakovsky rented a Dacha one summer; you won't believe what happened next -- À la Heine -- Grief -- A story about how a little old lady spoke about Vrangel without understanding anything -- About the filth -- All meetinged out -- Bastards! -- The bureaucratiad -- I love -- Worker correspondent -- A universal answer -- Baku -- Moscow-Königsberg -- Mad about the movies -- Be prepared -- Kiev -- Two Berlins -- Jubilee -- Hooliganish stuff -- Brooklyn bridge -- To Sergei Yesenin -- How's it going? -- Conversation with the taxman about poetry -- To Comrade Nette -- A letter from the writer Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky to the writer Aleksei Maksimovich Gorky -- Jew -- Beer and socialism -- Letter to Tatiana Yakovleva -- ''Productivity ... ' -- Monte Carlo -- Lines on the Soviet passport -- I'm happy! -- The witching hour ...
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Night -- Morning -- Port -- Street scene -- Could you? -- Me -- Exhausted portrait of Spring -- In tiredness -- Love -- We -- Cries and whispers -- Up yours! -- They just don't get it -- In a car -- Valdimir Mayakovsky -- War is declared -- Mother and the evening the Germans killed -- Cloud in trousers -- I and Napoleon -- You! -- And that's how I became a dog -- Hey! -- To Lily, instead of a letter -- I'm bored -- Going cheap -- A moonlit night -- To his own self, with affection, the author dedicates these lines -- To Russia -- My borther writes -- The revolution -- How red is your riding hood? -- Eat your pineapple -- Our march -- Spring -- How to treat horses -- Ode to the revolution -- Battle-order to the army of art -- The poet worker -- Left march -- Stunning facts -- Vladimir Ilich! -- Vladimir Mayakovsky rented a Dacha one summer; you won't believe what happened next -- À la Heine -- Grief -- A story about how a little old lady spoke about Vrangel without understanding anything -- About the filth -- All meetinged out -- Bastards! -- The bureaucratiad -- I love -- Worker correspondent -- A universal answer -- Baku -- Moscow-Königsberg -- Mad about the movies -- Be prepared -- Kiev -- Two Berlins -- Jubilee -- Hooliganish stuff -- Brooklyn bridge -- To Sergei Yesenin -- How's it going? -- Conversation with the taxman about poetry -- To Comrade Nette -- A letter from the writer Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky to the writer Aleksei Maksimovich Gorky -- Jew -- Beer and socialism -- Letter to Tatiana Yakovleva -- ''Productivity ... ' -- Monte Carlo -- Lines on the Soviet passport -- I'm happy! -- The witching hour ...

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