In the Interlude: Poems, 1945-1960

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BORIS PASTERNAK


IN THE
INTERLUDE
POEMS
1945-1960

Translated into English Verse by Henry Kamen

With a Foreword by Sir Maurice Bowra and Notes by George Katkov

LONDON OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW YORK TORONTO
1962

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Translator's Dedication v
  • Foreword vii
  • Contents ix
  • Translator's Note xiii
  • I- The Poems of Yury Zhivago 1
  • Hamlet 3
  • March 4
  • In Holy Week 5
  • White Night 8
  • Spring Floods 10
  • Explanation 12
  • Summer in Town 14
  • The Wind 15
  • Intoxication 16
  • Indian Summer 17
  • The Wedding Party 18
  • Autumn 20
  • A Fairy Tale 22
  • August 26
  • Winter Night 28
  • Parting 30
  • Meeting 32
  • Christmas Star 34
  • Daybreak 38
  • The Miracle 40
  • The Earth 42
  • Evil Days 44
  • Mary Magdalen 46
  • II- When the Skies Clear 51
  • In All My Ways 53
  • It's Unbecoming 55
  • My Soul 56
  • Eve 57
  • No Name 58
  • The Change 59
  • Spring in the Woods 60
  • July 61
  • Mushrooming 62
  • Stillness 63
  • Haystacks 64
  • The Linden Avenue 65
  • When the Skies Clear 67
  • Bread 68
  • The Autumn Wood 69
  • Autumn Frosts 70
  • The Night Wind 71
  • Golden Autumn 72
  • Wet Weather 74
  • Grass and Stones 75
  • Night 77
  • The Wind 79
  • The Road 83
  • In Hospital 84
  • Music 86
  • After the Interlude 88
  • The First Snow 89
  • Snow is Falling 90
  • Footprints in the Snow 92
  • After the Blizzard 93
  • Bacchanalia 94
  • III- Later Poems 103
  • Round the Corner 105
  • Everything Came True 106
  • Ploughing Time 107
  • The Journey 108
  • Women of Childhood 110
  • After the Storm 111
  • Winter Festivities 112
  • The Nobel Prize 114
  • Wide World 115
  • Unparalleled Days 116
  • Notes 117
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