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Synonyms for Pushkin

Russian poet (1799-1837)

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His work on Pushkin was by no means his central focus, but this work was nonetheless pioneering and remains authoritative.
In this retelling of Alexander Pushkin's Eugene Onegin (known for a unique form of iambic meter called the Onegin stanza), Beauvais employs near rhyme, alliteration, and concrete verse to reinvent Pushkin's rancorous rake while artfully preserving the tempo and tone of the Russian classic.
The National Palace Museum, in partnership with the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, will display 65 pieces of art from the world-renowned Russian museum from Nov.
Summary: Moscow [Russia], Nov 03 (ANI): One of the buildings at the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts in central Moscow has caught fire.
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.
According to CosmoCourse's CEO Pavel Pushkin, he came up with the idea of suborbital tourism back in 2013 when he was working at Khrunichev State Research and Production Space Center.
A wandering cat called Pushkin has become an internet sensation.
The participants laid the flowers at the monument to Alexander Pushkin, the press service of the Russian Embassy to Uzbekistan said.
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.
Murio antes de cumplir cuarenta anos al igual que otros de su oficio, como Pushkin, Rimbaud, Jlebnikov y tantos otros.
If one were to scan the many reworkings of the Don Juan story that could have been as influential on Tolstoy as Don Giovanni, one would have to consider Pushkin's The Stone Guest ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), the most famous Russian interpretation of the myth.
The award will be given in Pushkin, Russia, on Oct.
The Pushkin House Russian Book Prize, in association with Waterstones, rewards a strongly written non-fiction book in English about Russia and the Russian-speaking world.
News website guardian.co.uk announced on Tuesday that independent publisher Pushkin Press has launched a new imprint called Pushkin Children's Books, which will release children's books translated into English.
Now Pushkin the cat has put paw to paper to pen his life history.