Alexander Pushkin

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Noun1.Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)    
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The poetic practice of Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), while in general falling at a low point in the history of rich rhymes in Russian, displays greater attention to the onset syllable than that of his contemporaries.
The stories were written, respectively, by Sir Walter Scott and Alexander Pushkin.
17 named after Alexander Pushkin, the press service of the mayor's office told AKIpress.
Let us name some of them: Alexander Pushkin, Lev Tolstoy, Anton Chekhov.
To get to this 15th century road we had to walk through Pushkin Square, where a statue of Russian poet Alexander Pushkin stands.
2/21, 2/24, 3/8, 3/74, 3/19 The Sarasota Opera presents for the first time Rimsky-Korsakov's The Golden Cockerel, based on a story by legendary Russian author Alexander Pushkin.
By a substantial margin, Stalin left behind two colourful Vladimirs - the singer Vladimir Vysotsky and the revolutionary Vladimir Lenin - and a host of other perennial Russian heroes like Ivan the Terrible and Alexander Pushkin.
Broke and alcoholic, Boris Alikhanov takes on a job as a tour guide at a museum honoring Alexander Pushkin.
NNA - The Russian Cultural Center in collaboration with the Russian Cultural Center and the Museum of the Moscow State University organized a tour across the Lebanese Universities, with the aim of introducing the nineteenth century Russian poets; Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov.
In addition to great poets, from Stephane Mallarme to Alexander Pushkin, it never hurts to have some support from M.
Gathering family and friends to drink tea became such a beloved tradition that it was frequently depicted in Russian literature and art by such notables as poet Alexander Pushkin and artist Boris Kustodiev.
Alexander Pushkin, greatest of the Russian 19th century novelists, gets the last word with a quote from Eugene Onegin: "Sad that our finest aspirations, Our freshest dreams and meditations, In swift succession should decay, Like autumn leaves that rot away".