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Lermontov

Mikhail Yurievich . 1814--41, Russian novelist and poet: noted esp for the novel A Hero of Our Time (1840)

Lermontov

 

a city (since 1956) in Stavropol’ Krai, RSFSR, 5 km from the Skachki railroad station on the Mineral’nye Vody-Kislovodsk line. Population, 16,500 (1973). It is the site of the Orgtekhnika experimental plant.

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As I will argue, this status derives from its association, first, with Pushkin's historical elegy and, second, with Lermontov and his engagement with Pushkin after the latter's death in 1837.
Lermontov operates with a considerably looser formal structure, marked by the lowest proportion of rich rhymes, in accordance with the gradual decline in the use of rich rhymes in late Romantic Russian poetry.
A discussion was held with the attendants, and on the sidelines of the lecture, 40 panels were presented, portraying the life of the poets, Pushkin and Lermontov, during the period in which they lived.
Priscilla Meyer's How the Russians Read the French : Lermontov, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy brings together and expands upon her previous articles on these writers as well as her article on the role played by the Revue etrangere in Russian literature during the 1830s and 1840s.
This article will concentrate mostly on the structural complexities of A Hero of Our Time, using the relatively simple narrative structure of Eugene Onegin as a vehicle for illuminating some of the more obscure and ambiguous elements of Lermontov's work.
Lermontov has run respectively in decent company for the Lambourn trainer, notably when a close fourth to Golden Wells at Ascot three weeks ago, and can register his first success since his two-year-old days in the Tote Exacta Classified Stakes.
The remarkable faces of real peasant women fill the screen in "Love and Hate," the first feature of director Albert Gendelstein, who made only one more fiction film ("Lermontov," 1940) before accusations of formalism and ideological deviation forced him into documentaries.
In the final furlong, Aristotle came through to defeat stablemate Lermontov by one-and-a-quarter lengths with Ekraar third.
LEADING Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien marked his 30th birthday in style at the Curragh yesterday as his two-year-olds Lermontov and Barrier Reef fought out a tremendous finish to the Juddmonte Beresford Stakes.
Although a gifted woman, Vicky is still subjected to such egocentric types as Ljubov, the ballet master and choreographer portrayed by Massine, and, above all, to the Diaghilevesque impresario, Boris Lermontov, perfectly embodied by Anton Walbrook.
* During a televised debate prior to France's 1995 presidential election, Jacques Chirac recalled a 'viscious Chechen' in a poem by Mikhail Lermontov (1814-41), an author best known outside Russia for his novel A Hero of Our Time (1840).