Esenin


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Esenin

(jɛˈsɛnɪn) or

Yesenin

n
(Biography) Sergey Aleksandrovich. 1895–1925, Soviet poet, author of Confessions of a Hooligan (1924): married to Isadora Duncan
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For him, "Russian brokenness" is the core of the Russian soul: "You see it in poets: Tsvetaeva's suicide, Esenin, Mayakovsky.
Thus, in the notes for a 1927 lecture on Sergei Esenin, Formalist critic Yury Tynianov writes about the resurgence of melanchohc lyric as necessarily a passing phenomenon: "The elegy is battling our ode, lashing at it.
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CD: I am Goya; Concerto for flute and Chamber Orchestra; Remembering Esenin; The Sickle (1983).
Per semplificare al massimo la questione, si pensi a un autore come Sergej Esenin che da sempre e stato associato alla figura di Rocco Scotellaro.
Fatal Love is the story of Russian lyrical poet Sergey Esenin and American dancer Isadora Duncan -- who was 18 years his senior.
Born in rural western Georgia, he passed most of his adult life in cosmopolitan Tbilisi, where he became close friends with Russian and Georgian poets, including his translator Boris Pasternak (winner of the 1958 Nobel Prize for literature), Sergei Esenin (d.