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Alexander Pushkin About :-Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was a Russian poet, playwright, and novelist of the Romantic era. He is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet, and the founder of modern Russian literature. Pushkin was born into Russian nobility in Moscow. Wikipedia

Born: 6 June 1799, Moscow, Russia
Died: 10 February 1837, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Spouse: Natalia Pushkina (m. 1831–1837)
Books: The Captain’s Daughter, The Queen of Spades,
Movies: Onegin, The Blizzard, The Captain’s Daughter,

He created the modern Russian language. Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837) is rightly considered to be the founding father of the modern Russian language. He rejected the high-blown style of classic Russian poetry, breaking down the barrier between colloquial speech and the elevated odes of the

Alexander Pushkin Quotes

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“A deception that elevates us is dearer than a host of low truths.”
― Aleksander Pushkin

“My whole life has been pledged to this meeting with you…”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“If you but knew the flames that burn in me which I attempt to beat down with my reason.”
― Alexander Pushkin

“My dreams, my dreams! What has become of their sweetness? What indeed has become of my youth?”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

Alexander Pushkin Book, Tales of Belkin Quotes

The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin is a series of five short stories and a fictional editorial introduction by Russian author Aleksandr Pushkin. The collection is opened with the editorial, in which Pushkin pretends to be the verbose publisher of Belkin’s tales. Wikipedia
“Sıradan, küçük bir kâtiptir, menzil bekçisi oldu mu diktatör kesilir.” – Prens Viyazemski”
― Alexander Pushkin, Tales of Belkin
“Altın çağ, bütün halkların ortak düşüncesidir ve insanların, bugünden hiçbir zaman hoşnut olmayıp ve geleceğine ilişkin olarak da pek az ümit beslemek gerektiğini deneyleriyle öğrenip, bir daha dönülemeyecek olan geçmişi düş güçlerinin bütün çiçekleriyle süslediklerini kanıtlar sadece.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Tales of Belkin
“Admittedly, his dinners consisted only of two or three courses, and were prepared by an ex-soldier, but the champagne flowed like water.”
― Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, The Tales of the late Ivan Petrovitch Belkin
“Moral maxims are surprisingly useful on occasions when we can invent little else to justify our actions.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Tales of Belkin

Alexander Pushkin novel , Eugene Onegin Quotes

Eugene Onegin is a novel in verse written by Alexander Pushkin. Onegin is considered a classic of Russian literature, and its eponymous protagonist has served as the model for a number of Russian literary heroes. It was published in serial form between 1825 and 1832. Wikipedia
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“My whole life has been pledged to this meeting with you…”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“My dreams, my dreams! What has become of their sweetness? What indeed has become of my youth?”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“It’s a lucky man, a very lucky man, who is committed to what he believes, who has stifled intellectual detachment and can relax in the luxury of his emotions – like a tipsy traveller resting for the night at wayside inn.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“..depression still kept guard on him, and chased after him like a shadow – or like a faithful wife.”
― Alexander Pushkin , Eugene Onegin

“Thus people–so it seems to me–
Become good friends from sheer ennui.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“But flaming youth in all it’s madness
Keeps nothing of its heart concealed:
It’s loves and hates, its joys and sadness,
Are babbled out and soon revealed.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“I love a friendly chat and a friendly glass of wine during the evening – the time they call, for some accountable reason, ‘between dog and wolf’.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“We still, alas, cannot forestall it-
This dreadful ailment’s heavy toll;
The spleen is what the English call it,
We call it simply, Russian soul.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“We’ve got to have forbidden fruit, Or Eden’s joys for us are moot.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“Мечты, мечты! где ваша сладость?”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

“Thus heaven’s gift to us is this:
That habit takes the place of bliss.”
― Alexander Pushkin, Eugene Onegin

Poem by Alexander Pushkin I Loved You Quotes

“I Loved You” is a poem by Alexander Pushkin written in 1829 and published in 1830. It has been described as “the quintessential statement of the theme of lost love” in Russian poetry, and an example of Pushkin’s respectful attitude towards women. Wikipedia
“Love is wind for the soul”
― D. Antoinette Foy
not meet,
my words will stay
close to your heart.”
― Avijeet Das
“I end where you begin
And begin where you end;
You are my Earth’s horizon
And the axis on which it spins”
― Eric Overby, Legacy
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