V. BRUSOV’S SONNET «TO A WOMAN» TRANSLATED BY D. BELYAEVA

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KRISTINE BEJANYAN

Abstract

The paper focuses on the English translation of «To a Woman», a sonnet by V. Brusov. The sonnet was translated by Dina Belyaeva, an American poetess, who had translated verses by Alexander Pushkin, Mikhail Lermontov, Anna Akhmatova, Alexander Blok, etc. In the meantime, she translated sonnets by William Shakespeare and verses by Emily Dickenson into Russian. The translation analysis concluded that D. Belyaeva managed to fairly represent V. Brusov’s sonnet to the English-speaking audience.

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BEJANYAN, K. “V. BRUSOV’S SONNET «TO A WOMAN» TRANSLATED BY D. BELYAEVA”. Brusov Readings, Sept. 2019, pp. 268-73, doi:10.31377/brus.vi0.609.
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