Octets (Mandelstam)

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Octets
⧼written by⧽ Osip Mandelstam, ⧼translated by⧽ D. Smirnov-Sadovsky
I love the uprise of a texture (1)
Included in Moscow Notebooks. See also Poems. This cycle of eleven poems was written in 1932-35 (Moscow — Voronezh). In Russian: Восьмистишия.



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OCTETS

Contents:


I. I love the uprise of a texture… (1) 100%.png
II. I love the uprise of a texture… (2) 100%.png
III. O butterfly, O Moslem-woman… 100%.png
IV. The tiny appendage of the sixth sense… 100%.png
V. Overcoming the firmness of nature… 100%.png
VI. When, after destroying the sketches… 100%.png
VII. And Schubert on the water, and Mozart in the bird's hubbub… 100%.png
VIII. And the toothed paw of the maple… 100%.png
IX. Tell me, Desert Draftsman... 100%.png
X. From needle-shaped pestilential glasses... 100%.png
XI. And I go out from space… 100%.png




English Translations

There are known a few translations of the whole cycle to English published in:

  • Osip Mandelstam: "Octets" 66-76, translated by Donald Davie, "Agenda", vol. 14, no. 2, 1976.
  • John RILEY: "The Collected Works". Grossteste (Derbyshire), 1980.
  • Osip Mandelstam: The Moscow Notebooks translated by Richard and Elizabeth McKane, Bloodaxe Books, 1991, Newcastle upon Tyne ISBN 1852241268.

Four of the "Octets" were included into:

  • Osip Mandelstam: "Selected Poems", translated by David McDuff. Farrar, Strauss and Giroux (New York) and, with minor corrections, Rivers Press (Cambridge), 1973.


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Octets. Osip Mandelstam Osip Emilyevich Mandelstam (1891 – 1938)