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Definition of the noun alexander pushkin
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- Russian poet (1799-1837)
- Alexander Pushkin a.k.a. Aleksandr Pushkin: Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was a Russian author of the Romantic era who is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian literature.
- read more about Aleksandr Pushkin (novelist)
- Alexander Pushkin was the son of Russian author Alexander Pushkin.
Alexander Pushkin is a fictional character from the 2006 film Pushkin: Poslednyaya duel.
"Alexander Pushkin" is a book by D. D. Blagoĭ.
"Alexander Pushkin" is a bronze statue by Alexander Bourganov. It is located at the corner of 22nd Street and H Street, N.W. Washington D.C. on the campus of George Washington University. It was erected as part of a cultural exchange between the cities of Moscow and Washington; in 2009, a statue of the American poet Walt Whitman was erected in Moscow. Pushkin's statue is said to be the first monument commemorating a Russian literary figure in the United States.
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by Paul Varner
Alexander Pushkin Bayley, John. Pushkin: A Comparative Commentary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1971. Bethea, David M. The Pushkin Handbook. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. ———. Realizing Metaphors: ...
A Cultural Encyclopedia by Shannon L. Kenny
Alexander Pushkin. New York: Chelsea House. Bethea, David M. 2005. The Pushkin Handbook. Madison: Univ. of Wisconsin Press. Pushkin, Alexander. 1929. “The Golden Cock.” Trans. Oliver Elton. Slavonic and East European Review 7, no ...
by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeyevich (Alexander Pushkin) (1799–1837) Russian poet and novelist A radical writer and social reformer, Aleksandr Pushkin wrote romantic tragedies and narrative verse caricaturing the social standards of czarist ...
Poetry Dictionary (2006)
by John Drury
Alexander Pushkin, a nineteenth-century Russian poet, used the form in a verse novel, Eugene Onegin (the first stanza of which appears below). The stanza works well for *narrative poetry and comic verse, somewhat like the *ottava rima ...
by Mary Ellen Snodgrass
Eugene Onegin, Alexander Pushkin Evenings on a Farm near Dakanka, Nikolai Gogol “La Cafétière” [The Coffee Machine], Théophile Gautier “Lenore,” Edgar Allan Poe Le Peau de Chagrin [The Fatal Skin], Honoré de Balzac “The Possessed ...
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