Table of contents for Poems of Akhmatova = [Izbrannye stikhi / Anna Akhmatova] ; selected, translated and introduced by Stanley Kunitz with Max Hayward.

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All Of Moscow Is Soaked With Verses
And, In Books, I Always Liked
Around My Neck Are Rosary Strands
As For Saying Goodbye, We Don't Know How
As I Die, I Long For Immortality
As If Through A Straw, You Drink My Soul
Beyond The Lake, The Moon's Stopped In Space
Boris Pasternak
The Breakup: 1
The Breakup: 2
Broad And Yellow Is The Evening Light
Cinque: 3
A Doer Of Nothing, I Came Here-why Not?
Don't Threaten Me With A Terrible Fate
During Each Day-today, Tomorrow-
Earthly Fame's Like Smoke, I Guess-
Fear, Fingering Objects In The Dark
The First Long-range Artillery Shell In Leningrad
Housewarming: The Betrayal
Housewarming: The Guests
Housewarming: The Hostess
Housewarming: The Tryst
I Asked A Nearby Cuckoo To Say
I Called Deathdown On The Heads Of Those I Cherished
I Hear The Oriole's Voice, Clear And Distressed
I Learned A Simple And Wise Existence
I Live Like A Cuckoo In A Clock
I Pressed My Hands Together Under Cover
I See On The Customs House A Faded Flag
If The Lunar Horror Splashes Around
In 1940: 1
In 1940: 2 To Londoners
In 1940: 5
In Memory Of Mikhail Bulgakov
In The Woods
Inscription On A Portrait
It Seems That The Voice We Humans Own
It's Not With A Lover's Lyre, Not At All
The Last Rose
The Last Toast
Late At Night. Monday, The Twenty-third
Like A White Stone In The Depths Of A Well
Listening To Singing
The Loss Of True Feelings And Words Renders Us
Lot's Wife
Masquerade In The Park
Memories Of The Sun Fade As My Heart Grows Numb-
Midnight Verses: 1, Pre-spring Elegy
Midnight Verses: 2, The First Warning
Midnight Verses: 3, Through The Looking-glass
Midnight Verses: 4, Thirteen Lines
Midnight Verses: 5, The Call
Midnight Verses: 6, Night Visit
Midnight Verses: 7, And The Last One
Midnight Verses: Instead Of A Dedication
Midnight Verses: Instead Of An Afterword
The Muse
My Voice Is Weak, My Will Doesn't Weaken Though
On The Hard Crests Of The Snowdrifts That Lead
One Travels Straight Ahead, The Other
Over The Water
Pusscat, Watch Out, An Embroidered Owl
Quatrain Sequence (1)
Quatrain Sequence (2)
Quatrain Sequence (3)
Quatrain Sequence: My Name
Quatrain Sequence: To My Poems
Requiem: 3
Requiem: 4
Requiem: 5
Requiem: Dedication
Requiem: Epilogue 1
Requiem: Epilogue 2
Requiem: Instead Of A Preface
Requiem: Introduction
A Ruddy Youth Wandered Forlornly Around
Seaside Sonnet
The Secrets Of The Craft: 3, Muse
The Secrets Of The Craft: 6, The Last Poem
The Secrets Of The Craft: 7, Epigram
The Secrets Of The Craft: 9, To Osip Mandelstam
The Smell Of Inanimate Things And Flowers
Song About Songs
The Song Of The Final Meeting
The Souls Of All My Loved Ones Are On High Stars
Suddenly It Was Quiet Everywhere
The Tale Of The Black Ring: 1
The Tale Of The Black Ring: 2
The Tale Of The Black Ring: 3
There's A Sacred Limit To Any Closeness
They Didn't Bring Me A Letter Today
This Craft Of Ours, Sacred And Bright
The Three Autumns
The Three Things He Loved Most In Life
To The Memory Of A Poet: 1
To The Memory Of A Poet: 2
To The Muse
We're Heavy Drinkers Here, And Women Of Loose %morals-
When A Person Dies
When The Moon Is Lying On The Window Sill
Where Nothing Is Needed, I Walk Like A Child
While Reading Hamlet
Why Are You Wandering Around So
Wild Roses Are Blooming (from A Burned Notebook)
Wild Roses Are Blooming: 4, First Little Song
Wild Roses Are Blooming: 6, The Dream
Wild Roses Are Blooming: 8
Wild Roses Are Blooming: 9, In The Broken Mirror
The Willow
You Can Look Straight Into My Room

Akhmatova, Anna Andreevna, 1889-1966 Translations into English