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Mayakovski

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Vladimir Vladimirovich . 1893-- 1930, Russian Futurist poet and dramatist. His poems include 150 000 000 (1921) and At the Top of my Voice (1930); his plays include Vladimir Mayakovsky — a Tragedy (1913) and The Bedbug (1929)
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One could feel that Mayakovsky was constantly aware that he was dressed like a dandy.
Duvakin's dismissal produced a protest at the university: students and faculty wrote letters in his support asking the University's president to keep the prominent scholar and specialist of Mayakovsky at the university.
It was not in keeping with his life, and neither was it predicted by his oeuvre; it was in sheer disagreement with the Mayakovsky they all knew
Spouting futurist verse from street corners and calling for the end of tradition, Mayakovsky and the other Futurists would roam Moscow in bizarre outfits, with images of airplanes and animals painted on their faces.
Most of the talented writers and artists, unlike Mayakovsky and Tatlin, were in no rush to join the Party, yet remained, even if warily, "fellow travellers.
Mayakovsky, the greatest poet of the group, was more successful in developing a new kind of poetry.
The course continues its exploration of the role of men and women in history, focusing on personalities, from Napoleon to Mussolini and from Wagner to Vladimir Mayakovsky.
Here, he focuses on aesthetic aspects through an analysis of the futurist movements in Italy, Russia, and Britain associated respectively with the figures of Filippo Marinetti, Vladimir Mayakovsky, and Wyndham Lewis.
Mayakovsky and cummings are unanimous in their view of a poet as a maker, a reshaper of the world rather than its abstract observer and formal interpreter.
For example, Anatoly Osmolovsky's Mayakovsky-Osmolovsky, 1993, a sequence of documentary photographs of the artist climbing up the Valdimir Mayakovsky statue in Moscow, was placed next to an evocative abstract wall work by Heman Chong.
Some of the pix make you smile (there's a priceless one of Glenda Jackson), others bring back fond memories: Daniel Day-Lewis as the Russian poet Mayakovsky in "Futurists" at the National in 1986.
USS Tinosa would slip lower on the waiting list if Mayakovsky dropped back into the Derby picture.