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by N. A Bogomolov

Author: N. A Bogomolov
Language: Russian
Publisher: "Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie" (1996)
Pages: 317 pages
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full book description) Novoe literaturnoe obozreni, Moscow, Russia, 1995. He belongs to the so called Silver Age of Russian culture. The book includes previously published papers and poems, as well as unpublished materials.

full book description) Novoe literaturnoe obozreni, Moscow, Russia, 1995. Black & white DJ with picture on front cover. Clean, tight and bright.

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Mikhail Kuzmin: iskusstvo, zhiznʹ, ėpokha. 1995, Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. Libraries near you: WorldCat. 1996, "Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie".

Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin (Russian: Михаи́л Алексе́евич Кузми́н) (October 18 1872 – March 1, 1936) was a Russian poet, musician and novelist, a prominent contributor to the Silver Age of Russian Poetry

Mikhail Alekseevich Kuzmin (Russian: Михаи́л Алексе́евич Кузми́н) (October 18 1872 – March 1, 1936) was a Russian poet, musician and novelist, a prominent contributor to the Silver Age of Russian Poetry. Born into a noble family in Yaroslavl, Kuzmin grew up in St. Petersburg and studied music at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory under Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. He did not graduate, however, later explaining his move towards poetry thus: "It's easier and simpler.

Mikhail Kuzmin (1872-1936), Russia's first openly gay writer, stood at the epicenter of the turbulent cultural and social life of -Leningrad for over three decades. A poet of the caliber of Aleksandr Blok, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Boris Pasternak, Osip Mandelshtam, and Marina Tsvetaeva (and acknowledged as such by them and other contemporaries), Kuzmin was also a prose writer, playwright, critic, translator, and composer who was associated with every aspect of modernism's history in Russia, from Symbolism to the Leningrad avant-gardes of the 1920s.

Prominent Russians: Mikhail Sholokhov I would like my books to help people become better, obtain clearer souls .

Prominent Russians: Mikhail Sholokhov. May 11, 1905 – February 21, 1984. Image from ww. ashvest. I would like my books to help people become better, obtain clearer souls, discover a love for another perso. f I managed to do so, I am very happy. These words belong to the outstanding 20th century Russian novelist Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov. Mikhail Sholokhov was born on 11 May 1905 in the Kruzhlinin hamlet of Stanitsa, a Cossack village in Veshenskaya in the Rostov-on-Don Region in Russia (a former administrative region of the Don Cossack Army). Sholokhov is considered one of the greatest writers of the Soviet Union.

Mikhail Kuzmin (1872-1936), Russia's first openly gay writer, stood at the . Mikhail Kuzmin : iskusstvo, zhiznʹ, ėpokha by N. A Bogomolov( Book ).

Twenty two poems by Mikhail Kuzmin. Kuzmin, born into a noble family, received a musical education from the St. Petersburg Conservatory, studying composition under Rimsky-Korsakoff and often singing the master’s verses at the piano in artistic clubs. An exotic flower of Russian poetry, Kuzmin is like an Egyptian lotus grown on Yaroslavl soil. His creativity is characterized by a striking theatricality and languid grace. This grace at times obtains true beauty in words that his great contemporaries valued highly.

Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie.

This book is written by two Russian and American philologists who spent many years studying the works and life of the Russian poet Mikhail Kuzmin (1872-1936). Includes bibliographic references and commentaries.