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Bosphorus Nights

The Complete Lyric Poems of Bedros Tourian

Edited and translated by James R. Russell

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$39.95 • £31.95 • €36.00

ISBN 9780935411225

Publication Date: 09/01/2006

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12 black and white illustrations on 10 pages

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  • I. Preface and Acknowledgements
  • II. List of Illustrations
  • III. The Poet of the City: An Introduction
  • IV. The Poems
    • 1. Untitled, 1864(?)
    • 2. “If Only” (Its’iv t’e) and variant “I love you” (Ge sirem zk’ez), 1867
    • 3. “The Armenian’s Griefs” (Visht’ Hayun), 1868
    • 4. “Desires for Armenia” (Ightsk’ arr Hayastan), 1869
    • 5. “Love One Another” (Sirets’ek’ z’mimyans), 1869
    • 6. “One must die!” (Bedk’ e merrnil!), 1869 Untitled variant, 16 August 1869
    • 7. “Upon the Election to the Patriarchate of Abp. Khrimian” (I badriark’agan endrut’yun Amen. Hayrigin), 27 September 1869
    • 8. “Upon the Reception of Abp. Khrimian” (I timavorut’yun Amen. Hayrigin), 1869
    • 9. “The Little Father of the Armenians” (Hayrign Hayots’), 24 October 1869
    • 10. “Song of the Battle of Vartan” (Yerk mardin Vartanants’), 1869
    • 11. “I loved you” (Sirets’i k’ez) (final version), 1869; “I loved you” (first version), 1869; “Farewell” (Mnas paryav) (alternate final version), 1869
    • 12. “The Maiden Abandoned” (Guysn lk’yal), 1870
    • 13. “Ode on the Seventh Anniversary of the National Constitution” (Nvag VII daretartsi Azkayin Sahmanatrut’yan), 1870
    • 14. “She” (Ne), 1871
    • 15. “To the Virgin” (Arr guysn), 1871
    • 16. “A Glance” (Nayvadzk’ me), 1871
    • 17. “Whispers” (Hdzdzyunk’), 1871
    • 18. “Small Dedications” (Tsonigk’), 1871
    • 19. “The Child to The Cross” (Manugn arr Khach’), 1871
    • 20. “Loving” (Sirel), 1871
    • 21. “Betrayal” (Trzhel), 1871
    • 22. “The Lake” (Lejag), 1871
    • 23. The Turkish Woman” (T’rk’uhin), 1871; “The Armenian Woman” (Hayuhin), undated
    • 24. “With her” (Nera hed), 1871
    • 25. “Murmurs” (Drdunchk’), 1871
    • 26. “Remorse” (Zghchum), 1871
    • 27. “I worship her” (Z’ne bashdem), 1871
    • 28. “The Rosebud—Flowers of the Maiden” (Gogon- dzaghigk’ guysin), 1871
    • 29. “Black! Black!” (Sev, sev!), 1871
    • 30. “To May” (Arr Mayis), 1871
    • 31. “The Violet” (Manishag), 1871, Sevak
    • 32. “My Rest” (Im Hankiste), 1871, Sevak
    • 33. “New Black Days” (Nor Sev Orer), 1 October 1871
    • 34. “My Pain” (Im ts’ave), 1871
    • 35. “Memorial Offering to B. H. Janfesjian” (Nver hishadagi arr B.H. Janfesjian), 6 October 1871
    • 36. “At the Grave of the Most Beloved Vartan Loutfian” (I gerezmann amenasirelvo Vartan Lut’fyani), 1871
    • 37. “My Death” (Im mahe), 1871
    • 38. “What are they saying?” (Inch’ g’esen?), 1871
    • 39. “A.” 1871
    • 40. “Now soars the joyful day” (Aha srana orn yerchanig), undated
    • 41. Fragments
  • V. Documents, Letters, and Critical Essays
    • 1. Paruyr Sevak, “The Herakles of Our Lyric Poetry.”
    • 2. A Night at the Opera, and Tripe Soup at Dawn.
    • 3. Tourian’s Amusements.
    • 4. Tourian’s Passions.
    • 5. A Theatrical Advertisement.
    • 6. Missy Eugenie on Love and Verse.
    • 7. Secret Love, and a Visit to the Doctor.
    • 8. Tourian’s Last Year.
    • 9. Tourian’s Eulogy for Vartan Lutfian.
    • 10. Letter to Bishop Khoren Nar-Bey.
    • 11. Letter to B. D. Atamian.
    • 12. Letter to A. Lusinian.
    • 13. Letter to B.N. Janfesjian.
    • 14. Letter to B. A. Lusinian, and an Image from Nerval
    • 15. An Ominous Dream.
    • 16. The Death of the Poet.
    • 17. A Report on Tourian’s Funeral.
    • 18. A Poem by a Friend.
    • 19. A Eulogy for Tourian.
    • 20. Bowdler’s Touch.
    • 21. The Two Tourians.
    • 22. Homage from the Future: A poem by Misak Medzarents.
  • VI. Index

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