ПУШКИН АЛЕКСАНДР СЕРГЕЕВИЧ  1799 - 1837 гг.

"Portrait of Alexander Pushkin"

Artist Rinat Kuramshin

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was a Russian poet, playwright, and novelist of the Romantic era who is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian literature.

The most famous works of Alexander Pushkin are "Yevgeny Onegin", "Boris Godunov", ‘"The Captain’s Daughter" and many others. Pushkin's works also provided fertile ground for Russian composers. Glinka's "Ruslan and Lyudmila" and a landmark in the tradition of Russian music. Tchaikovsky's operas "Eugene Onegin" (1879) and "The Queen of Spades" became perhaps better known outside of Russia than Pushkin's own works of the same name.

His style had enormous influence on other Russian writers, some of his poems.

The great-great-grandson of the poet, his namesake Pushkin Alexander — the known patron, the public figure. He heads the Union of the Russian noblemen Belgium. 

Царскосельский лицей

"А.С. Пушкин"

Евгений Онегин

Гослитиздат 1947 г.

Усадьба А.С. Пушкина​.

Большие Вяземы

А.С. Пушкин

Избранные сочинения

1949 г.

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