Lev Gumilyov

Standard Name: Gumilyov, Lev
Used Form: Lev Nikolayevich Gumilyov

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Family and Intimate relationships Anna Akhmatova
In later 1945 Anna's son Lev returned home after spending six years in exile. Reunited, the family was close as never before.
Haight, Amanda. Anna Akhmatova : A Poetic Pilgrimage. Oxford University Press, 1976.
140
But in 1949 his mother's fear and desperation were reawakened when he...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Akhmatova
The last years of AA 's life were anything but similar to the previous ones. In 1956 her son Lev Gumilyov was finally released from prison.
Haight, Amanda. Anna Akhmatova : A Poetic Pilgrimage. Oxford University Press, 1976.
168
After this, surpisingly enough, Anna and Lev quarrelled...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Akhmatova
AA bore her son, Lev Nikolayevich Gumilyov (known as Lyova). The child turned out to be a burden for his twenty-three-year-old mother and his young father, as, apparently, they were incapable of leading family life...
Family and Intimate relationships Anna Akhmatova
In March of 1938 her son, Lev Gumilyov , was re-arrested and sentenced to death. He was ultimately released, but the seventeen months of his imprisonment were one of the darkest times of Anna's life...
politics Anna Akhmatova
The late 1920s and middle 30s were marked by massive repressions and imprisonments undertaken by the Communist regime now headed by Joseph Stalin . Battered by the arrests of Osip Mandelstam , a fellow writer...
Textual Production Anna Akhmatova
After her death her son's widow published, in collaboration with Alexander Panchenko , a selection from AA 's correspondence with Lev . Unfortunately their relationship was a painful one, accusatory on his side and placatory...
Textual Production Anna Akhmatova
After her death her archive, contained in two suitcases and a wooden chest, passed to her son Lev , who was on bad terms with his mother when she died, and did nothing with the...
Textual Production Anna Akhmatova
AA took the courageous step of writing to Stalin (Much respected Josif Vissarionovich) with a dignified petition that he should free Punin and her son Lev from prison.
Feinstein, Elaine. Anna of all the Russias: The Life of Anna Akhmatova. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2005.
150

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