Alexander Pushkin

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Noun1.Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)Alexander Pushkin - Russian poet (1799-1837)    
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There is a statue of Yuri Gagarin, the first man to go to space, a monument to Marshal Zhukov (Soviet Red Army officer who became Chief of General Staff, Deputy Commander-in-Chief, Minister of Defence and a member of the Politburo, the executive committee of the communist party), Pushinskaya Square named after Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, a Russian poet, playwright, and novelist of the Romantic era.Astronaut Gagarin name revered hereRussia was the first country to send man to space, and Russians are very proud of this fact.
Isa Espadon Blyden (Sierra Leone--Independent Scholar), "The Functions of the African Narrator in Yevgenii Onegin, a Novel in Verse by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin: A Semiotic Reading'
Born in 1799 in Moscow, Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin -- who has been called the "founder of poetic and literary language in Russian" (Belinski, Turgenev), "the first of the Russians" (Dostoyevski), "the first Russian artist-poet" (Belinski), "the original model for Russian identity" (Grigoriev), "an extremely rare and perhaps unique phenomenon of the Russian spirit" (Gogol), "the sun of the Russian intellectual conception of the world" (Dostoyevsky) -- could trace his roots back to African ancestors.