Alexander Pushkin


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Russian poet (1799-1837)

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THEATRE WNO: Eugene Onegin Tchaikovsky's loved opera is based on the Alexander Pushkin novel of the same name.
This book rethinks Vladimir Nabokov's Ada, or Ardor (1969) and annotated translation (1964) of Alexander Pushkin's novel in verse Eugene Onegin (1825-1832) as stages in the project to promote a canon rivaling that codified by Anglophone modernists and their heirs among the New Critics.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 21 April 2017: A monument to Russian classical poet and writer Alexander Pushkin (1799--1837) was unveiled in downtown Cairo on Thursday, according to a statement by the Russian Cultural Centre in Cairo.
In The Feud (Pantheon, $26.95, 224 pages, ISBN 9781101870228), journalist Alex Beam chronicles the imbroglio, which came to a head when the Russian writer published his by-most-accounts turgid translation of Alexander Pushkin's Eugene Onegin, and Wilson dared to rake it over the coals in The New York Review of Books.
Instead of yellow and pink Pokemons, the app's characters are figures from Russian history -- from modernising tsar Peter the Great to Napoleon Bonaparte, who briefly occupied Moscow in 1812, to Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin and national poet Alexander Pushkin and composer Pyotr Tchaikovsky.
on March 13, the Eugene Opera presents "Eugene Onegin," Peter Tchaikovsky's opera based on the Russian novel by Alexander Pushkin, in the Silva Concert Hall at the Hult Center.
17 named after Alexander Pushkin, the press service of the mayor's office told AKIpress.
2/21, 2/24, 3/8, 3/74, 3/19 The Sarasota Opera presents for the first time Rimsky-Korsakov's The Golden Cockerel, based on a story by legendary Russian author Alexander Pushkin. It's the tale of a bumbling king, a beautiful queen and a magical cockerel, and it's exotic both in its music and its setting, designed by David P.
Broke and alcoholic, Boris Alikhanov takes on a job as a tour guide at a museum honoring Alexander Pushkin. His unsuccessful writing career and marriage continually unwind during his stay there.
NNA - The Russian Cultural Center in collaboration with the Russian Cultural Center and the Museum of the Moscow State University organized a tour across the Lebanese Universities, with the aim of introducing the nineteenth century Russian poets; Alexander Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov.
"Love and Death in Pushkin's 'Little Tragedies'." Alexander Pushkin. Ed.
Gathering family and friends to drink tea became such a beloved tradition that it was frequently depicted in Russian literature and art by such notables as poet Alexander Pushkin and artist Boris Kustodiev.
Alexander Pushkin, greatest of the Russian 19th century novelists, gets the last word with a quote from Eugene Onegin: "Sad that our finest aspirations, Our freshest dreams and meditations, In swift succession should decay, Like autumn leaves that rot away".
Alexander Pushkin in his 1836 poem Exegi Monumentum called the Evenki the 'wild Tungus,' and were classified as a 'wandering' tribe in the Speransky administrative reforms of 1822.