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Выдающиеся люди родной страны

by Клюкина Олеся

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The origin of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin comes from the branched, untitled noble family of the Pushkins, who, according to the genealogical legend, ascended to the “honest husband” Ratsha. Pushkin repeatedly wrote about his family tree in verse and prose; he saw in his ancestors an example of a true “aristocracy”, an ancient family that honestly served the fatherland, but did not win the favor of the rulers and was “persecuted”. More than once he turned (including in art form) to the image of his maternal great-grandfather, the African Abram Petrovich Gannibal, who became a servant and pupil of Peter I, and then a military engineer and general.
Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin is a Russian poet, playwright and prose writer, who laid the foundations of the Russian realistic trend, literary critic and literary theorist, historian, publicist, and journalist.

One of the most authoritative literary figures of the first third of the 19th century. Even during the life of Pushkin, his reputation as the greatest national Russian poet developed. Pushkin is regarded as the founder of the modern Russian literary language.
The origin of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin comes from the branched, untitled noble family of the Pushkins, who, according to the genealogical legend, ascended to the “honest husband” Ratsha. Pushkin repeatedly wrote about his family tree in verse and prose; he saw in his ancestors an example of a true “aristocracy”, an ancient family that honestly served the fatherland, but did not win the favor of the rulers and was “persecuted”. More than once he turned (including in art form) to the image of his maternal great-grandfather, the African Abram Petrovich Gannibal, who became a servant and pupil of Peter I, and then a military engineer and general.
Mikhail Yurievich Lermontov - Russian poet, prose writer, playwright, artist. Lieutenant of the Life Guards Hussar Regiment. Lermontov's work, which combines civic, philosophical and personal motifs that met the urgent needs of the spiritual life of Russian society, marked a new flowering of Russian literature and had a great influence on the most prominent Russian writers and poets of the 19th and 20th centuries.
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