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 (po͝osh′kĭn, po͞osh′-), Aleksandr Sergeyevich 1799-1837.
Russian writer whose works include the verse novel Eugene Onegin (1831), the play Boris Godunov (1831), and many narrative and lyrical poems and short stories.

Pushkin

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(Placename) a town in NW Russia: site of the imperial summer residence and Catherine the Great's palace. Pop: 84 628 (2002). Former name: Tsarskoye Selo (1708–1937)

Pushkin

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(Biography) Aleksander Sergeyevich (alɪkˈsandr sɪrˈɡjejɪvitʃ). 1799–1837, Russian poet, novelist, and dramatist. His works include the romantic verse tale The Prisoner of the Caucasus (1822), the verse novel Eugene Onegin (1833), the tragedy Boris Godunov (1825), and the novel The Captain's Daughter (1836)

Push•kin

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Alexander Sergeevich, 1799–1837, Russian poet and playwright.
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