She was the third of six children of a lower noble family and spent most of her childhood near St. Petersburg in Tsarskoje. Her early years were overshadowed by the serious illness of several members of her family, and especially by the loss of her little sister Irina, who died at the age of four. Akhmatova was eleven years old when she started writing poetry and by then gravely sick herself; later she would name that sickness as the trigger for her to write her first poem Cf. Feinstein p. From , Akhmatova — after starting to study law in Kiev and shortly afterwards dropping out of that studies — studied literature in St.
Her first collection of poetry, Evening , was published in , and from that date she began to publish regularly.
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Her works were very well received and earned her a great deal of praise, and soon she became one of the central figures in the Acmeist movement. Feinstein, p.
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The Russian Revolution was to dramatically affect the life of Anna Akhmatova. Although she got divorced from Gumilev in , she was stunned by the execution of her ex-husband in by the Bolsheviks due to his alleged betrayal of the Revolution. Later, in — Akhmatova meanwhile had a second marriage and then a third — was imprisoned as well and kept in the Gulag until the death of Stalin in Her third husband, Nikolai Punin, was also imprisoned in and died in a Siberian prison camp in By that time, when not only her son and her husband, but also many of her friends remained in prison, she did not even dare to put down her poems on paper at times.
Unlike many of her literary contemporaries, though, she never considered flight into exile. In , her poetry finally got published again. Akhmatova started to write — or rather rewrite — her probably most famous poems during that time: Poem without a hero and Requiem. In , Akhmativa received a honorary degree of Literature at the University of Oxford. Her poems were meanwhile popular both in Russia and in Europe.
Anna Akhmatova died on the 5th March and was buried in St. Petersburg Cf. Harrington p. For a better understanding of her poetry, it is thus necessary to take a look at Acmeism and to explain its objectives and purposes.
Acmeism was a transient poetic movement which emerged in Russia in and lasted until Originally, it began to turn up as an alternative to Symbolism. While Symbolism was focussed on the world to come and had a distance to earthly things, Acmeism was centered in poetry: the Acmeists regarded themselves as craftsmen of poetry.
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Akhmatova was around twenty-eight when she wrote it. Dvadtsat' pervoe. The twenty-first.
The outlines of the capital are in mist. Some good-for-nothing invented the notion That love exists on the earth.
And whether from boredom or from stupidity, Everyone believed it, and here's how they live: Looking forward to meetings, dreading separations, And singing little love songs. But the secret will be imparted to the others, And a hush will fall over them all. I stumbled upon it by accident, And since then—I've been a little bit sick.
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