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  • ISBN 5201133193
  • ISBN13 978-5201133191
  • Language Russian
  • Publisher Nasledie (1999)
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Антиох Кантемир и русская литература book. A collection of articles on the work of Antiokh Kantemir, a Russian 18th century satirist and poet.

Антиох Кантемир и русская литература book. Книга посвящена А. Д. Кантемиру (1708-1744), творчество которого, его жанровое своеобразие, эволюция, проблематика, поэтика, художественные искания и открытия рассматриваются в контексте исторического развития русской литературы XVII - первой трети XIX веков.

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В журнале Проблемы исторической поэтики публикуются статьи, в которых раскрывается национальное своеобразие русской словесности в категориях поэтики. Авторы статей предлагают новые интерпретации русской классики, новую концепцию русской литературы как христианской словесности.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers Seriia: Iz istorii mirovoi kul'tury. See this image Seriia: Iz istorii mirovoi kul'tury. Russian) Paperback – 1974. by Veselitskii V. (Author).

Satirist Antiokh Dmitrievich Kantemir, 1708–1744, was one of the earliest Russian writers not only to praise the .

Satirist Antiokh Dmitrievich Kantemir, 1708–1744, was one of the earliest Russian writers not only to praise the ideals of Peter I's reforms but the ideals of the growing Enlightenment movement in Europe. Kantemir's works regularly expressed his admiration for Peter, most notably in his epic dedicated to the emperor entitled Petrida.

Antiokh Dmitriyevich Kantemir, distinguished Russian statesman who was his country’s first secular poet and one of its leading writers of the . Antiokh Dmitriyevich Kantemir, also spelled Antioch Dmitrievich Cantemir, (born Sept. 21, 1708, Constantinople.

Antiokh Dmitriyevich Kantemir, distinguished Russian statesman who was his country’s first secular poet and one of its leading writers of the classical school. The son of Dmitry Kantemir, he was tutored at home and attended (1724–25) the St. Petersburg Academy. Between 1729 and 1731 he wrote. 21, 1708, Constantinople, Tu. died April 11, 1744, Paris, F., distinguished Russian statesman who was his country’s first secular poet and one of its leading writers of the classical school.

Russian literature refers to the literature of Russia or its émigrés, and to. .

Prior to the nineteenth century, Russia produced very little, if any, internationally read literature. Authors like Antioch Kantemir, Vasily Trediakovsky, and Mikhail Lomonosov in the earlier eighteenth century paved the way for the development of poets, historians, and prose writers.

Antiokh Kantemir is best known for his verse satires. In addition to his treatises and poems in various genres, Trediakovsky produced a poetic psalter. Each of Pushkin’s four little tragedies, all written in 1830, succinctly deals with a philosophical problem.

Русская литература Russian Literature. D. Kemper (Moscow) ORCID ID: 0000-0002-3099-6836. The beginnings of foreign cultural politics in russia. Kantemir, the Russian ambassador to London, warned his ministers about the pamphlet before he had even seen it – and he considered what countermeas-ures to undertake.