Ivanovski wrote: "This bilingual edition includes reading the translation in parallel with the original, multiple comparison of British and Russian lines, which means a constant search for corresponding row. Dividing the text into stanzas facilitate these searches. " In spite of this, perhaps, to avoid any misunderstandings, it is necessary to bring the first stanza and totally original, and translation. Tired with all these for restful death I cry, Exhausted by all this death call, As to behold Desert a beggar born, How not to get tired of so many difficult years, And needy Nothing trimmed in jollity, when luck is essentially empty, And purest Faith unhappily forsworn, And purest faith Faith is not what is happening in three souls of thousands of readers of this translation, when they tried to "Multiple match" his second row from the second row of the original, is anyone's guess. And one can only guess why I. Ivanovski put these readers in a difficult position. Do not only guess that Ivanovsky definitely know how the second line of the script translated all of his colleagues.
But we can guess that Ivanovsky their translations of this line was not satisfied. But in this article, in fact, it comes to St. Petersburg State University Department of English Philology. Therefore, the difficulties of a crowd of translation of a sonnet, past, present and future can be and leave them. In this speech, and can not go on that staff this department can experience any difficulty in understanding the values of the English word Desert, a beggar, born – respectively, "merit", "beggar, beggar, beggar," and "born." Especially since they can not offend the assumption that any difficulties they may face in determining the meaning of the word as infinitive and to behold.