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Pushkin : a biography

Verfasser/in: T J Binyon
Verlag: New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 2003.
Ausgabe/Format   Print book : Biografie : Englisch : 1st American edAlle Ausgaben und Formate anzeigen
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Pushkin is Russia's greatest and best-loved poet: a romantic, enigmatic figure who, during a brief but turbulent life, changed Russian literature forever with his vital and passionate verse. Many of his works -- including The Bronze Horseman, The Queen of Spades, and his extraordinary novel in verse, Eugene Onegin -- have become classics of world literature and are as exhilarating to read today as they were when
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Gattung/Form: Biography
Name: Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin; Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
Medientyp: Biografie, Internetquelle
Dokumenttyp: Buch, Internet-Ressource
Alle Autoren: T J Binyon
ISBN: 1400041104 9781400041107
OCLC-Nummer: 53277158
Beschreibung: xxix, 727 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 25 cm
Inhalt: Family trees --
A note on translation, transliteration, dates, currency and ranks --
Maps --
Prologue --
Ancestry and childhood, 1799-1811 --
The Lyceé, 1811-17 --
St. Petersburg, 1817-20 : 1. Literature and politics --
St. Petersburg, 1817-20 : 2. Onegin's Day --
St. Petersburg, 1817-20 : 3. Triumph and disaster --
The Caucasus and Crimea, 1820 --
Kishinev, 1820-23 --
Odessa, 1823-24 --
Mikhailovskoe, 1824-26 --
In search of a wife, 1826-29 --
Courtship, 1829-31 --
Married life, 1831-33 --
The tired slave, 1833-34 --
A sea of troubles, 1834-36 --
The final chapter, 1836-37 --
Epilogue.
Verfasserangabe: T.J. Binyon.
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Pushkin is Russia's greatest and best-loved poet: a romantic, enigmatic figure who, during a brief but turbulent life, changed Russian literature forever with his vital and passionate verse. Many of his works -- including The Bronze Horseman, The Queen of Spades, and his extraordinary novel in verse, Eugene Onegin -- have become classics of world literature and are as exhilarating to read today as they were when first published. Now we have the first full biography in 60 years of this literary legend. Born in Moscow in 1799, he was descended on one side from an ancient noble family, on the other from a black African slave of Peter the Great. At the age of 20 he was expelled from St. Petersburg for his satirical writings. He remained in internal exile, under the direct supervision of the Emperor, for the next seven years, and throughout his life attracted official disapproval for his political and religious beliefs -- and for his many love affairs. In 1831 despite mounting debts from gambling and an insecure income, he married the 18-year-old Natalya Goncharova, who soon became recognized as one of the most beautiful women of St. Petersburg society. The attentions paid her by a Guards officer, the French émigré d'Anthès, roused Pushkin to fury. In the subsequent duel fought on January 27, 1837 he was fatally wounded. He died in agony two days later. This superb, authoritative biography -- winner of England's prestigious Samuel Johnson Prize -- frees the complex figure of Pushkin the man from the heroic simplicity of Pushkin the myth, making palpable the poet's rare energy, talents, and spirit. Telling Pushkin's story with exacting scholarship, elegant wit, and acute insight,T.J. Binyon gives us a revelation of the poet and the man. - Jacket flap.

Discusses the Russian poet's birth in 1799 Moscow, survival of Napoleon's invasion and other military conflicts, scrutiny and censure for his satirical writings and personal beliefs, most significant literary achievements, and death during a duel in 1837.

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