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Petersburg winter, so often rotten, slushy, Pushkin breathes cool and fun. I like winter, your cruel and cold still air, Running sled along the Neva broad faces brighter Maiden Rose ... In a solemn hymn to the capital, the winning element, must enter and jubilant spring: Cracking his blue ice Neva to the seas it carries and, sensing springtime days, rejoicing. Pushkin does not forget to combat the origin of the capital, and the motif of the god Mars bursts into his majestic symphony. I like the liveliness of warlike Mars amusing fields. ....................................................... I love the military capital, thy strongholds smoke and thunder ... When the victory over the enemy Russia triumphs again. Pushkin knew the tragic basis Petersburg, sensed his fatal destiny. But he has not allowed the tragedy to the Hellenic way. [181] Man beats rock. Defeated element should be, in the end, to submit and recognize the triumph of the city and its patron Spirit, the Bronze Horseman, calls galloping horse.

PASCAL Made Easy by Paul Snaith

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Author
Paul Snaith
Publisher
Chartwell-Bratt
Date of release
Pages
375
ISBN
9780862383305
Binding
Paperback
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PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC
Rating
4
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