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Тема: Николай Гумилев. Стихотворение "Жираф"/ Nikolay Gumilev. The Giraffe

  • Учитель: Султанова Н.А.
  • Класс: 8
  • Учебник: Happy English.ru

  • Lake Chad is very shallow—only 10.5 metres (34 ft) at its deepestLake Chad gave its name to the country of Chad.
  • The name Chad is a local word meaning "large expanse of water," in other words, a "lake."[6]
  • Lake Chad is very shallow—only 10.5 metres (34 ft) at its deepest

Lake Chad is located mainly in the far west of Chad, bordering on northeastern Nigeria. The Chari River, fed by its tributary the Logone provides over 90 percent of Lake Chad's water, with a small amount coming from the Yobe River in Nigeria/Niger. Despite high levels of evaporation the lake is still freshwater.

  • Lake Chad is located mainly in the far west of Chad, bordering on northeastern Nigeria. The Chari River, fed by its tributary the Logone provides over 90 percent of Lake Chad's water, with a small amount coming from the Yobe River in Nigeria/Niger. Despite high levels of evaporation the lake is still freshwater.

Сегодня, я вижу, особенно грустен твой взгляд, И руки особенно тонки, колени обняв. Послушай: далеко, далеко, на озере Чад Изысканный бродит жираф. Ему грациозная стройность и нега дана, И шкуру его украшает волшебный узор, С которым равняться осмелится только луна, Дробясь и качаясь на влаге широких озер.

  • Сегодня, я вижу, особенно грустен твой взгляд, И руки особенно тонки, колени обняв. Послушай: далеко, далеко, на озере Чад Изысканный бродит жираф. Ему грациозная стройность и нега дана, И шкуру его украшает волшебный узор, С которым равняться осмелится только луна, Дробясь и качаясь на влаге широких озер.

  • Вдали он подобен цветным парусам корабля, И бег его плавен, как радостный птичий полет. Я знаю, что много чудесного видит земля, Когда на закате он прячется в мраморный грот. Я знаю веселые сказки таинственных стран Про черную деву, про страсть молодого вождя, Но ты слишком долго вдыхала тяжелый туман, Ты верить не хочешь во что-нибудь, кроме дождя. И как я тебе расскажу про тропический сад, Про стройные пальмы, про запах немыслимых трав... - Ты плачешь? Послушай... далеко, на озере Чад Изысканный бродит жираф.

  • Today you are gazing especially sadly, my love,
    • Your hands seem so slim when they weakly embrace your knees.
    • So, listen, far away, an exquisite giraffe
    • Is wandering near the lake Chad among other African beasts
    •   Such slenderness, sweet bliss are lavishly given to him.
    • His skin is adorned with some magic and graceful designs.
    • And only the moon dares to rival, to cleave and to swing
    • On the moisture of wide lakes, repeating those marvelous lines.
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    • From a far he resembles the colored thin sails and I’d bet
    • His run can surpass even seagulls’ glad flight over waves.
    • I know — the earth beholds some miraculous things at sunset
    • When he hides himself in the marble, mysterious caves.
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    • I know the jovial tales from the ancient, inscrutable folks
    • About The Maiden and The Warrior’s passion and pain.
    • But you, for too long, have been breathing in heavy, wet fogs
    • And wouldn’t believe in anything but the continuous rain.
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    • And what kind of words should I use to describe to you, child,
    • The tropical orchards, the fragrance, the palms? But enough...
    • Are you crying? So listen...there lives, at the lake named Chad,
    •                         An exquisite and proud giraffe.

  • Date of birth: April 15,1886 in Kronstadt
  • Studies: the gymnasium of Tsarskoe Selo
  • His first publication: september12,1902
  • His first book: 1905, The Way of Conquistadors.
  • Movement: acmeism
  • Family: Nikolay Gumilyov and Anna Akhmatova married on April 25. On September 18, 1912, their child Lev was born
  • Died: On August 24, 1921 Petrograd Cheka decreed execution. The exact dates and locations of their execution and burial are still unknown.

  • Nikolai Gumilev (1886-1921) was a poet and literary theorist and critic. He and Anna Akhmatova had a tumultuous marriage from 1910 to 1918. Many of his poems were influenced by his trips to Africa, where he was captivated by the landscape and wildlife. It is said that he wrote the poem The Giraffe to cheer Anna Akhmatova once when she was depressed. He wanted to share the far away world that had made such an impression on him.

  • Nikolay Gumilev was one of the founders of the Acmeist movement. Much of his early verse was inspired by his travel in Africa and is marked by a liking for the exotic and a cult of heroism and adventure. Between 1910 and 1918 he was married to the poetess Anna Akhmatova. He fought with distinction in the First World War, and become openly anti-Bolshevik after 1917. Accused of conspiracy against the Soviet Government, he was shot by a firing squad. His later poetry is more earnest and tragic, with flashes of prophetic intuition.

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