Alexander Pushkin

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Synonyms for Alexander Pushkin

Russian poet (1799-1837)

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Arkadij Klimovicki points out that, through Pique Dame, Tchaikovsky essentially acts as mediator between Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin's Petersburg and Bely's, while his Nutcracker stands as the first "subjectless" ballet, forging a link to works like Petrushka and the symbolist poetry of Alexander Alexandrovich Blok and Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky.
The main action of Pushkin House occurs, speaking metaphorically, in a place of that name--the many-chambered mansion of Russian literature founded, so to speak, by Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin early in the nineteenth century.