"Twenty first. Night. Monday". Analysis of the early work of A. Akhmatova
A complex life and a creative way was at the Russianpoetess A. Gorenko, who took Tatar pseudonym Akhmatova. "Twenty first. Night. Monday ... ": we will analyze this short early poem in the article.
Briefly about biography
Dvoryanka Anna Andreevna was the third child inlarge family. Three of her sisters died from tuberculosis in youth, the elder brother committed suicide, the youngest one died in emigration 10 years after Anna's death. That is, relatives, relatives in difficult moments of life next to her was not.
A. Gorenko was born in Odessa in 1889, and spent her childhood in Tsarskoe Selo, where she studied at the Mariinskaya Gymnasium. In summer the family went to the Crimea.
The girl learned French, listeningconversations tutors with the elder sister and brother. She began writing poetry at 11 years old. By 1905, a novice poet, beautiful N. Gumilev, fell in love with her and published her poem in Paris. In 1910 they joined their lives, and Anna Andreevna took the pseudonym Akhmatova - the name of her great-grandmother. Two years later Lev's son was born.
Six years later, the relationship between the poetstense, and in 1918 they divorced. It is no coincidence that in 1917 there was a third collection of poems called "White Flock". The work "Twenty-first. Night. Monday ... ", the analysis of which will be lower. In the meantime, let's say that it is a disappointment in love.
Life after the bloody revolution
In the same year 1918, at 29, Anna Andreevnahastily marries Vladimir Shileiko and after three years parted with him. At this time, arrested and almost a month later shot N. Gumilev. At age 33 Anna Andreevna connects her life with art critic N. Punin. During this period her poems cease to print. When my son was 26 years old, he was arrested for five years. The poet parted with N. Punin and could only briefly see his son in 1943. In 1944, he joined the army and took part in the capture of Berlin. However, in 1949, N. Punin and his son were arrested. Leo was sentenced to 10 years in the camps. Mother sat all the thresholds, stood in lines with programs, wrote poems that sang glory to Stalin, but they did not let her son out. The XX Congress of the CPSU brought him freedom.
In 1964, in Italy, the poetess was awarded a prize.
In 1965, a trip to Britain took place: she received an honorary diploma from the University of Oxford.
And in 1966, at the 77th year of her life, Anna Andreevnahas died. Could the poetess invent such a bitter fate in life when, at the age of 28, the lines "Twenty-first. Night. Monday..."? The analysis of the work will be given below. The unfulfilled love occupied her thoughts at that moment.
Briefly about the "White Flock" in the work of A. Akhmatova
Can I ask you a question:why such a strange name in the third collection of the poetess? White is innocent, pure, and also the color of the Holy Spirit, who descended to sinful earth in the form of a dove. Also this color is a symbol of death.
The image of birds is freedom, hence the flock thatShe broke away from the ground, looks at everything detachedly. Pure freedom and the death of feelings - this is the theme of the work "Twenty-first. Night. Monday…". The analysis of the poem shows how the lyrical heroine separated from the "pack", so that at night one can indulge in concrete reflection: is love necessary? A poem without a title. This suggests that the poet is afraid that the name can be regarded as a separate text and give additional meaning, which is not required by the author.
"Twenty first. Night. Monday…". Analysis of the poem
The work begins with a short one line,complete sentences. And the impression is made of the separation of the lyrical heroine from everyone and everything: "Twenty-first. Night. Monday". Analysis of the last two lines of the first stanza shows a night conversation in silence with itself, full of confidence that there is no love on earth. It was only composed by a loafer. Business people do not feel, in the opinion of the lyrical heroine.
The second stanza is no less contemptuous. Everyone believed the slacker only from laziness and boredom. Instead of doing business, people are full of dreams and hopes of meeting, suffer from separation.
The last quatrain is dedicated to peoplechosen, by whom the mystery was revealed, and therefore nothing disturbs them. In 28 years to come across a chance to such an opening, when the whole life is ahead, very bitter. That's why the lyrical heroine says that she seemed to fall ill. She, unhappy and lonely, is just as hard as a young girl experiencing the first dramatic love.
This collection is in many ways inspired by meetings withbeloved Boris Anrep, whom A. Akhmatova met in 1914 and often met. But fate separated them: Anrep spent his entire life in exile. They met only when Anna Andreevna came to England in 1965. In his opinion, even at this age she was majestic and beautiful.
Finishing the analysis of Akhmatova's poem "Twenty-first. Night. Monday ... ", it should be added, it is written anapaest.