Fb2 Pushkin ePub
by D. S. Mirsky
|Category:||History and Criticism|
|Author:||D. S. Mirsky|
|Publisher:||Haskell House Pub Ltd; New ed of 1926 ed edition (June 1, 1978)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1995 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1829 kb|
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Dmitry Petrovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, better known as .
Prince Mirsky's masterly analysis of Pushkin. Dmitry Petrovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky, better known as . Mirsky, was a Russian political and literary historian who promoted the knowledge and translations of Russian literature in Britain and of English literature in the Soviet Union. He wrote one of the most comprehensive histories of Russian literature. Mor. rivia About Pushkin.
S. Mirsky is the English pen-name of Dmitry Petrovich Svyatopolk-Mirsky (Russian: Дми́трий Петро́вич Святопо́лк-Ми́рский), often known as Prince Mirsky (9 September 1890 – c. 7 June 1939), a Russian political and literary historian who promoted the knowledge and translations of Russian literature in Britain and of English literature in the Soviet Union. He was born in Kharkov Governorate and died near Magadan.
Select Format: Library Binding. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780838319987. Release Date:June 1974.
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Pushkin’s family on his father’s side belonged to the old military-feudal aristocracy, the Russian boyars, dating back some six centuries to the . D. S. Mirsky has called it the greatest work ever penned in Russian verse.
Pushkin’s family on his father’s side belonged to the old military-feudal aristocracy, the Russian boyars, dating back some six centuries to the founding of the Grand Duchy of Moscow. Pushkin’s own confrontation with imperial power had begun many years earlier. After the defeat of Napoleon, Russian troops occupied Paris and camped along the Champs-Élysées.
London: George Routledge – New York, 1926. A History of Russian Literature from the Earliest Times to the Death of Dostoyevsky (1881). Republic of Letters Series, ed. W. Rose). London – New York, 1927. Vol. 2. № 4. Р. 71–84. Uncollected Writings on Russian Literature. Berkeley: Berkeley Slavic Specialties, 1989.
Mirsky, D. Published by Haskell House Pub Ltd, 1978. Here are our closest matches for Pushkin by Mirsky, D. . ISBN 10: 083831998X, ISBN 13: 9780838319987.Description: Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory GRP82311326. About this title: Synopsis: Prince Mirsky's masterly analysis of Pushkin. Bibliographic Details.
Mirsky’s circles of acquaintance in England included luminaries of Slavonic studies (from Sir Maurice Baring to.By November 1929 Mirsky had declared himself a Communist, and by 1932 he had become a committed Stalinist with broad connections within the English Left.
Mirsky’s circles of acquaintance in England included luminaries of Slavonic studies (from Sir Maurice Baring to Sir Bernard Pares, who appointed Mirsky to the School of Slavonic Studies) and members of Bloomsbury (Jane Harrison, Virginia and Leopold Woolf, and Roger Fry); in France Mirsky was active among Russian émigré writers (from Aleksei Remizov and Marina Tsvetaeva to Lev Shestov) an. (1926). London (England) : G. Routledge & Sons. Mirsky, D. Pushkin, . Mirsky G. Routledge & Sons London (England) 1926. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1926, Pushkin, . Routledge & Sons London (England).