Alexander Pushkin

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Russian poet (1799-1837)

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Sylvie Vachoin, president and CEO of the Port of Montreal, said: "Like probably thousands of Quebecers, I have family members who had the chance to travel on the Aleksandr Pushkin. Now I am delighted to welcome back this ship that played an important part in Montreal's cruise history for 15 years."
There is an impressive array of scholarly books and articles devoted to the biographies and biographers of individual outstanding Russian cultural figures, such as Aleksandr Pushkin, but up to now little attempt has been made to study the functioning of the culture of Russian biography in changing social, political, and cultural contexts.
Aleksandr Pushkin's The tales of Belkin; formalist and structuralist readings and beyond the literary theories.
On 12 March, on behalf of the Russian President, Vladimir Solocinskij, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Macedonia, presented Maksim Karanfilovski, dean of the Blaze Koneski Faculty of Philology in Skopje, and Ivan Popovski, Macedonian Ambassador of Culture to the Russian Federation and director at the "Masterskaya P.N.Fomenko" Theater in Moscow, with the prestigious state decoration, the Medal of Aleksandr Pushkin, in recognition of their personal contribution to development of Russian-Macedonian cooperation and promotion of Russian culture in the world.
Aleksandr Pushkin's The Tales of Belkin: Formalist and Structuralist Readings and Beyond the Literary Theories.
Nikolai Gogol often expressed his admiration of Polish literature, and Aleksandr Pushkin and Adam Mickiewicz were acquainted with and influenced by each other.
Aleksandr Pushkin has been disappointing and looks to have it all to do in this company."
In Onegin (1965) Cranko draws on the Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin's 1823-1831 novel in verse, Eugene Onegin, and Tchaikovsky music other than the score Tchaikovsky wrote for his opera with the same title.
Emerson, pointing at cultural perceptions of existential ideas in light of which Shostakovich lived and wrote, makes fascinating comparisons between Modest Mussorgsky's attitude toward Aleksandr Pushkin's texts a nd that of Shostakovich toward Marina Tsvetaeva's.
Screenplay, Galina Arbuzova, Stanislav Govorukhin, Vladimir Zheleznikov, based on the books "The Captain's Daughter" and "A History of Pugachev" by Aleksandr Pushkin. Camera (Technicolor), Sergei Yurizditsky; editor, Tatyana Yegoricheva; music, Vladimir Martynov; production designers, Aleksandr Tolkachev, Vladimir Yermakov; costume designer, Natalia Polyakh; sound (Dolby Digital), Aleksandr Khasin, Yuri Reinbakh; assistant directors, L.
This stunning video takes the approach of analyzing Russia through its art and culture, observing the revival of religious imagery along with the renaissance of authors Nikolay Gogol and Aleksandr Pushkin, composer Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky, and film director Sergei Eisenstein.
Meanwhile, Karamzin, having been appointed court historian, wrote his History of the Russian State, a book that, according to the poet Aleksandr Pushkin, taught Russia's ruling elites "to admire the knout."
Zhukovsky, Konstantin Batyushkov, the young Aleksandr Pushkin, and many others.
The Tsar's determination to keep insurrection out of his country extended even to his personal censorship of the work of Aleksandr Pushkin. The closing years of Nicholas's reign were darkened by the debacle of the Crimean War (1854 - 56), which clearly showed the corruption and inefficiency of the Tsarist government.