Lermontov


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Russian writer (1814-1841)

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Lermontov operates with a considerably looser formal structure, marked by the lowest proportion of rich rhymes, in accordance with the gradual decline in the use of rich rhymes in late Romantic Russian poetry.
Sarieddine pointed out the similarities shared by the two poets, "They both possess non-Russian origins, Pushkin descended from African origins, whereas Lermontov Scottish".
Priscilla Meyer's How the Russians Read the French : Lermontov, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy brings together and expands upon her previous articles on these writers as well as her article on the role played by the Revue etrangere in Russian literature during the 1830s and 1840s.
However, whereas Pushkin achieves this by largely obscuring Onegin's motivation in the eyes of other characters while retaining an authorial position from which things are fairly clear, Lermontov produces a similar final result by multiplying conflicting viewpoints without any authorial voice.
The 2005 scorer Septimus apart, the likes of Turnberry Isle, Lermontov and Festival Hall are not renowned in the history of the turf.
Unlike the previous generation of poets (which notably included Pushkin), Lermontov could not count on the easy familiarity of aristocratic literary circles to guarantee him poetic renown.
Order a steaming cup of cider and enjoy the pianist while picturing Dostoevsky lingering over a cup of tea, or Lermontov penning paragraphs in the corner.
The phrase "lonesome sailboat" is from a poem, "Sail," by Mikhail Lermontov.
Somehow--out of strangled ironies and brutal pratfall; out of Lenin and Lermontov, Mein Kampf and The Cherry Orchard, Wagner and Peron, the Pink House, the green Falcons, the duplicitous priest, the plastic surgeon, the coon squads and garbage-men and gravediggers this one is.
Poet and novelist Mikhail Lermontov was a leading figure in Russian Romantic literature, and this presents his only novel, a hard-hitting survey of social alienation, published in the early 19th century.
Two years later, stablemates Our Aristotle and Lermontov fought out the finish, with the former coming out on top by a length and a quarter.
En esa lucha interior y personal figura tambien Michail Jurevich Lermontov (1814-1841), poeta romantico de indudable originalidad tanto en su creacion lirica como en su legado epico, y que tambien escribio para el teatro.
Lermontov may be a shadow of the horse that won a Group Three as a youngster and was runner-up to Aristotle in an Aidan O'Brien one-two for the Racing Post Trophy at Doncaster in 1999, but he looks good enough to oblige at Yarmouth.
Giant's Causeway, bidding for a remarkable sixth consecutive Group One success, was always travelling well as stablemate Lermontov cut out a furious early gallop.
In the final furlong, Aristotle came through to defeat stablemate Lermontov by one-and-a-quarter lengths with Ekraar third.