Alexander Pushkin


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Russian poet (1799-1837)

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Originally from Jammu in India-administered Kashmir, Kachroo got his first name from his father's favorite poet, Alexander Pushkin, and grew up in a family of professors.
The Russian Drama Theatre named after Alexander Pushkin often goes on tour to Russia.
And in that respect among others it is wholly inferior to the classic Russian narrative poem by Alexander Pushkin, written mostly during the 1820s, on which it is based, a work so multilayered that it reveals many fresh facets on revisiting.
10 Which famous Russian poet wrote The Prisoner of the Caucasus: Alexander Pushkin or Boris Pasternak?
Eugene Onegin is a romantic opera based on a story by Russian author Alexander Pushkin and is set in 19th century St Petersburg.
The remarks came during a state award-granting ceremony for foreign nationals held in Moscow to grant the Russian poet Alexander Pushkin medal.
The author frequently quotes important figures--Alexandre Benois, Mikhail Nesterov, Anton Chekhov, Alexander Pushkin, Vasily Polenov and Sergei Diaghilev among others--as well as from Levitan's own letters, but sources for these are rarely cited, an omission that readers from an academic background are likely to find problematic.
The article appeared in the mass market Komsomolskaya Pravda tabloid last weekend and was about Alexander Pushkin, her favourite poet.
In Perm, Pestov was one of the first pupils of Alexander Pushkin.
The Russian delegation presented a statute of great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin to the university of Baghdad as a sign of mutual cooperation.
ALEXANDER Pushkin was one of Russia's greatest writers.
Alexander Pushkin wasn't able to revise his mock-epic Ruslan and Lyudmila as composer Mikhail Glinka requested because the poet was killed in a duel occasioned by allegations of his wife's infidelity.
Compared with Russia's darling Alexander Pushkin, a celebrated poet whose birth bi-centennial in 1999 was a grandiose event that led to initiating an official Pushkin Day, Tolstoy is perceived as a heavy, moralizing figure, who in today's Russia would likely be labeled as extremist.
They were supposed to meet a lady next to the statue of the poet Alexander Pushkin in Pushkin Square.