Обложка Ivan Kozlov
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Ivan Kozlov

Russia, D. S. Mirsky, Alexander Pushkin, Lord Byron, Peter II of Russia, Thomas Moore, Evening Bell (song)

Ject Press (2013-01-10 )

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ISBN-13:

978-613-9-96635-6

ISBN-10:
6139966353
EAN:
9786139966356
Язык Книги:
Английский
Краткое описание:
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Ivan Ivanovich Kozlov (22 April [O.S. 11 April] 1779 – 11 February [O.S. 30 January] 1840) was a Russian Romantic poet and translator. As D. S. Mirsky noted, "his poetry appealed to the easily awakened emotions of the sentimental reader rather than to the higher poetic receptivity". Kozlov was born in Moscow, of noble ancestry, in 1779. He began writing poetry only after 1820, when he became blind. He reached the success equal to that of Alexander Pushkin with The Monk (1825), a verse tale in which the darkness of a Byronic hero is sentimentalized and redeemed by ultimate repentance. The Monk produced as large a family of imitations as either of Pushkin's Romantic poems.
Издательский Дом:
Ject Press
Веб-сайт:
http://www.alphascript-publishing.com
Edited by:
Carleton Olegario Máximo
Количество страниц:
132
Опубликовано:
2013-01-10
Акции:
В наличии
Категория:
Наука о языках и литературе
Цена:
54.00 €
Ключевые слова:
Russia, poet, Pushkin, Ivan, Kozlov, Mirsky

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