Alexander Pushkin


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Noun1.Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)    
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She ends with discussion of Alexander Pushkin's parody and critique of the Golden Age through Eugene Onegin.
Interestingly, Alexander Pushkin, one of the Russia's great poets of the 19th century, tried his hand to learn Arabic.
The Russian composer began work on The Queen of Spades, basing it on a short story by Alexander Pushkin, one of his favourite writers.
Based on a short story by Alexander Pushkin, it tells of how a soldier smitten with his friend's fiance Liza plots to wrest the formula for a winning three-card formula from her grandmother.
This book underscores the link between the liberal and the libertine, revealing the importance of the previously neglected genre of humorous incidental writings, as well as their relationship to a larger cultural-behavioral trend closely related to the personality of Alexander Pushkin.
In this retelling of Alexander Pushkin's Eugene Onegin (known for a unique form of iambic meter called the Onegin stanza), Beauvais employs near rhyme, alliteration, and concrete verse to reinvent Pushkin's rancorous rake while artfully preserving the tempo and tone of the Russian classic.
In 2013 Russian President Vladimir Putin was in Seoul at the unveiling ceremony for a bronze statue of Russian poet and novelist Alexander Pushkin. The statue stands in front of Lotte Hotel in Seoul and continues to symbolize cultural and diplomatic ties between Russia and Korea.
You will hear elements of Russian opera and ballet in the waltz from "Eugene Onegin." Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky created the music for the opera based on the plot of Alexander Pushkin's novel of the same name.
A century before that, in a bid to lift the spirits of his friend Pyotr Chaadayev, a philosopher who was declared mad for his criticism of Czar Nicholas I, the poet Alexander Pushkin predicted the advent of better times, when "Russia will start from her sleep." On "the ruins of autocracy," he wrote, "our names will be inscribed!"
A month later, he wrote how, on rereading Alexander Pushkin's Tales of Belkin, he was so possessed by inspiration that, 'Involuntarily, unwittingly, not knowing why and what would come of it, I thought up characters and events...