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Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin (1799-1837) was a Russian poet, playwright, and novelist who is considered by many to be the greatest Russian poet and the founder of modern Russian literature. Some people even say that he invented modern russian language! Alexander Pushkin is "our everything" for many russian people. His name is the answer for the question "who is the best russian writer?" for 90 percent of russians. Not Tolstoy, not Dostoevsky. A grand-grandson of a famous black Russian general Abram Gannibal was raised as a golden child and became a person who changed russian literature forever. His literature genius is widely recognized. But the personal life of Pushkin was very complicated and ambiguous. A notorious rebel and a decembrist or a state poet for Nicholas I? Hopeless romantic or a dirty womanizer? Linguistic genius or unoriginal copypaster? Are Evgeny Onegin (Eugene Onegin), The Captain's Daughter, The Queen of Spades and Boris Godunov on the list of the greatest russian literature works of all time? Is Pushkin the Father of Russian Literature? Let's find out today If you'd like to support the channel: 💵 Patreon - 🤍 💵 Buy me a coffee - 🤍 🪙 BTC - bc1qh8szz62crxu9ylg2jx9dz3t6vzzjdw2rheft2m 🪙 ETH - 0x19F11A86adf1ec4DDebEC0f27982805B1d1aba67 🪙 Other crypto - 🤍 Links: Discord - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Hello my friends! I'm just a russian guy who wants to share some of our crazy news stories with you. Here you will find some funny stories, weird news articles and amazing videos from our everyday russian life. This channel provides you with some news and memes about Russia and russian people, Moscow and St. Petersburg, matreshkas, balalaikas, bears and even about Putin himself! Hope you will enjoy them as much as i did.
Alexander Pushkin is undoubtedly the most influential Russian writer. He’s not as popular outside Russia, but you should give him a chance! This is where you could start: 1. Eugene Onegin 2. The Queen of Spades 3. The Captain's Daughter 4. The Little Tragedies 5. Tales of Belkin 6. The Tale of Tsar Saltan This is the fourth part of KLASSIK, a series that will, hopefully, inspire you to read Russian literature. Coming up: CHEKHOV Bulgakov: Where to Start? | KLASSIK 🤍 GOGOL: WHERE TO START? | KLASSIK 🤍 TOLSTOY: WHERE TO START? | KLASSIK 🤍 DOSTOEVSKY: WHERE TO START? | KLASSIK 🤍 MY REVIEW OF DUBROVSKY AND TALES OF BELKIN 🤍 SUBSCRIBE HERE: 🤍 THE TALE OF TSAR SALTAN 🤍 EUGENE ONEGIN, AN OPERA IN 3 ACTS, BY P. TCHAIKOVSKY 🤍 THE QUEEN OF SPADES, AN OPERA IN 3 ACTS BY P. TCHAIKOVSKY 🤍 THE MISERLY KNIGHT, AN OPERA IN ONE ACT BY S. RACHMANINOFF 🤍 #pushkin #russianliterature
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You can connect with 🤍Ivo Dimchev on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Booking - ivodimi🤍yahoo.com Music - Ivo Dimchev. Text - Alexander Pushkin & Ivo Dimchev. Arrangement- Svetlin Kuslev, Artur Nadosian Video directed by Joro Manov 🤍 DOP - Krum Rodriguez Editing- Martin Valchev costumes and styling - Eka Bichinashvili, Ivo Dimchev Make up- Gergana Ivanova /lyrics/ PUSHKIN - ПУШКИН Я помню чудное мгновенье: Передо мной явилась ты, Как мимолетное виденье, Как гений чистой красоты. С тебе, с тебе, с тебе аааай С тебе , с тебе искам да танцувам, цялата тази нощ и да потъвам в твоите ръце, епимено. С тебе, с тебе искам да живея този живот и да ти дам моето сърце, епимено. /2/ Im travale, travale, travaling light, cos Im fallen love with you, don't break my heart, Im travеling, la la la la la la la la light. /2/ Шли годы. Бурь порыв мятежный Рассеял прежние мечты, И я забыл твой голос нежный, Твои небесные черты. С тебе, с тебе, с тебе аааай С тебе , с тебе искам да танцувам, цялата тази нощ и да потъвам в твоите ръце, епимено. С тебе , с тебе искам да живея този живот и да ти дам моето сърце, епимено. /2/ Im travale, travale, travaling light, cos Im fallen love with you don't break my heart, Im traveling la la la la la la la la light. /2/ Im travеling light /2/ И сердце бьется в упоенье, И для него воскресли вновь, И божество, и вдохновенье, И жизнь, и слезы, и любовь. You can follow 🤍Ivo Dimchev on: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 contact info - ivodimi🤍yahoo.com
Alexander Pushkin is considered the father of Russian Literature, the Shakespeare of Russia whose poetry captured the spirit of Russia, who influenced subsequent writers like Lermontov, Gogol, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, and Tolstoy. His most famous work is Eugene Onegin, a novel in verse. Today I will answer the following questions. Who was Pushkin? What’s Eugene Onegin about? I will summarise it and discuss its major themes. I will also answer how and why Pushkin captured the imagination of the Russian people. Pushkin also posed a few interesting questions, such as: is human existence nothing but a contradiction? Do we all want happiness or struggle and anguish? And Are smart, learned people really stupid and less happy because they suppress their natural inclinations? At the end I will read one of his most famous poems that nearly all Russians know by heart. Support the channel ► Monthly donation with perks: 🤍 ► One-time donation: 🤍 WHERE TO FIND ME: ► Instagram: 🤍 ► E-mail: fictionbeastofficial🤍gmail.com ► Audio Podcast: 🤍 🕔Time Stamps🕔 00:00 Intro 01:34 Pushkin's Life 04:55 Eugene Onegin Summary 18:05 Theme: Fiction in real life 19:17 City vs Country 22:28 Suffering 23:24 Pushkin's Spell on Russia 26:03 Poem "To*" Music: We Are Here by Declan DP 🤍 Licensing Agreement: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 Music promoted by Audio Library 🤍 #Pushkin #Eugeneonegin #Russianliterature #readtheworld
Three days later, McCall shows up in Pushkin's bathroom while he's showering in his Moscow home. McCall turns the lights on and off repeatedly and runs the sink water until it overflows. Pushkin talks to him for a few minutes and then McCall disappears. Pushkin retrieves his weapon from by the sink. He calls for his guards when he suddenly sees that McCall has cut the electrical wires and left them exposed on the floor. Pushkin is standing in the water when it reaches the wire and he is electrocuted and killed. As McCall leaves Pushkin's estate, he passes numerous other guards who are already dead. The Equalizer Scenes : 🤍 I do not own nor take credit for the clips uploaded here. All credit goes to the creatorsowners. I do not take or plan of making profit for any of the videos posted here. I upload the videos for entertainment purposes only.
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Pushkin's poem 'To the Slanderers of Russia' is read by Sergei Bezrukov
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Scene from the film The Equalizer (2014) Robert McCall (Denzel Washington), a man of mysterious origin who believes he has put the past behind him, dedicates himself to creating a quiet new life. However, when he meets Teri (Chloë Grace Moretz), a teenager who has been manhandled by violent Russian mobsters, he simply cannot walk away. With his set of formidable skills, McCall comes out of self-imposed retirement and emerges as an avenging angel, ready to take down anyone who brutalizes the helpless. Director: Antoine Fuqua Producer: Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal, Denzel Washington, Alex Siskin, Steve Tisch, Mace Neufeld, Tony Eldridge, Michael Sloan Writer: Richard Wenk Actors: Denzel Washington , Marton Csokas , Chloë Grace Moretz , David Harbour , Haley Bennett , Bill Pullman , Melissa Leo , David Meunier , Johnny Skourtis , Alex Veadov , Vladimir Kulich , E. Roger Mitchell , James Wilcox , Mike O'Dea , Anastasia Mousis Sanidopoulos , Allen Maldonado , Rhet Kidd , Mike Morrell , Matt Lasky , Shawn Fitzgibbon Genres: Action , Crime , Thriller Video quality 4K Ultra HD Non-Profit Channel. Fair Use. The video contains copyrighted content. The copyright holder allowed us to use the video. Rightholder "Sony Pictures Movies & Shows" monetizes this video. Copyright is observed. For more information, 🤍 -Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fairy-tale is the inflection. Non-profit, educational or personal use. No copyright infringement intended. -I Do Not Own Anything.All Rights in This Content Belong to Their Respective Owner / Fast & Furious
#poetry #poem #pushkin Alexander Pushkin - It's winter | Russian poem with english translation It’s winter!.. Young triumphant peasant On wooden sledge renews the way. His horse the snow feels at present, Its trotting, lazily away. A brave sledge-cart from field’s returning, It’s fluffy furrows upturning, The coachman’s on -box with lash In sheepskin coat and red sash. A yard boy’s running in the middle, He made his dog in sledge to sit While he prefered to play a steed. His finger’s frozen a little, It hurts, he laughs, through window-panes At him his mother’s finger shakes. 1826
Alexander Pushkin “Autumn (a fragment)” The video clip length - 1:35. The poem "Autumn (a fragment)" was written by Pushkin in 1833. English translation by Julian Henry Lowenfeld. Recitation: Daria Donova In this poem, Alexander Pushkin describes the beauty of autumn nature. The golden time of the year is striking in its beauty and poetry. The period when nature brightly and solemnly says goodbye to summer, warmth, greenery and prepares for winter sleep. Paintings by Russian painter Vasily Polenov. Oh, gloomy season mine! My eye's delight, enchanting How pleasant to me is your beauteous farewell grace! I love the sumptuousness of nature softly passing, In velvet raiment and in gold the forests dress: Their treetops sound so light with wind’s fresh breath but glancing And waves of misty fog beshroud skies like lace, The sun’s rays, so rare now, and the first frost upon us, And seeming far off now, dread winter’s greyhaired menace The video was edited by the Miklouho-Maclay Foundation as a part of the "RUSSIAN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL LUMINARIES AND THEIR WORLDWIDE LEGACY" educational project #RusAcademicLegacy #RusCulturalLegacy #StudyInRussia #RussiaMalaysia #maclayfoundation
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We are inviting you to Pushkinskiye Gory (Pushkin Hills) to see three Russian country estates in Pskov province which is 400 km (~250 mi) from St. Petersburg. All of them are connected with the name of Alexander Pushkin, the most famous Russian poet and the founder of the modern Russian language. We are happy to show you a piece of 19 century Russian life and tell you about Alexander Pushkin in short. Enjoy! Will be happy to develop a customized itinerary for you. Please feel free to send a request: info🤍behappyrussia.com WEBSITE: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TripAdvisor: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 02:33 - Mikhaylovskoye estate 06:14 - Petrovskoye estate 09:17 - Trigorskoye estate 12:33 - Mushrooms, seasonal mushrooms...
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts is the largest museum of European art in Moscow, The museum's current name is somewhat misleading, in that it has no direct associations with the famous Russian poet Alexander Pushkin, other than as a posthumous commemoration of his name and fame. The holdings of the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts currently include around 700,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, applied works, photographs, and archaeological and animalistic objects. Because a large part of the museum was temporarily inaccessible due to works, this video only gives a very incomplete picture of the richness of the collection of works of art. [🤍 Госуда́рственный музе́й изобразительных иску́сств и́мени А. С. Пу́шкина (ГМИИ имени Пушкина, Пушкинский музей) — московский музей зарубежного искусства. Здание музея было построено по проекту архитектора Романа Клейна в неоклассическом стиле в виде античного храма. Изначально музей был задуман как учебный, однако после революции 1917 года учреждение было преобразовано в Государственный музей изобразительных искусств. В 1937-м музей получил имя поэта Александра Пушкина. По состоянию на 2018 год экспозиция состоит из более чем 700 тысяч предметов и включает в себя коллекцию слепков с античных статуй, художественные произведения, археологические находки, а также собрание предметов из Древнего Египта и Древнего Рима. Поскольку большая часть музея была временно недоступна из-за произведений, это видео дает лишь очень неполную картину богатства коллекции произведений искусства. [🤍
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Site of Pushkin’s Duel – Where the poet was wounded You definitely know the most famous Russian poet, the playwright and novelist considered to be the founder of Russian literature – Alexander Pushkin. You also probably know that he was fatally wounded in a duel with Georges d’Anthes on the evening of January 27th 1837. Read more about the duel: 🤍 Subscribe! SUPPORT MY CHANNEL: 🎖 Donate with Superchat or Supercticker 🥇 Become my member: 🤍 🍺 Buy me Beer: 🤍 ✅ Watch ALL my videos on Saint Petersburg/Russian map on Google: 🤍 FOLLOW ME ALSO: Facebook ▶️ 🤍 TikTok ▶️ 🤍 Telegram ▶️ 🤍 Instagram ▶️ 🤍 Igor in Russia Podcast ▶️ 🤍
Gorchakov was educated at the Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum, where he had the poet Alexander Pushkin as a school-fellow. Pushkin published his first poem at the age of fifteen, and was widely recognized by the literary establishment by the time of his graduation from the Imperial Lyceum in Tsarskoe Selo.
In Pushkin's "Eugene Onegin," the dissolute cynic Onegin kills his young poet friend Lensky in a duel. This, I argue, is a metaphor for how the dissolute part of Pushkin ended up killing his own poetic genius. — Dinesh D'Souza is an author and filmmaker. A graduate of Dartmouth College, he was a senior domestic policy analyst in the Reagan administration. He also served as a research fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He is the author of many bestselling books, including "Illiberal Education," "What's So Great About Christianity," "America: Imagine a World Without Her," "The Roots of Obama's Rage," "Death of a Nation," and "United States of Socialism." His documentary films "2016: Obama's America," "America," "Hillary's America," "Death of a Nation," and "Trump Card" are among the highest-grossing political documentaries of all time. He and his wife Debbie are also executive producers of the acclaimed feature film "Infidel." — Want to connect with Dinesh D'Souza online for more hard-hitting analysis of current events in America? Here’s how: Get Dinesh unfiltered, uncensored and unchained on Locals: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Parler: 🤍 GETTR: 🤍 Email: 🤍
Alexander Pushkin “A winter morning” The video clip length - 02:25. The poem "Winter Morning" was written in 1829. English translation by Julian Henry Lowenfeld. Recitation: Daria Donova Alexander Pushkin always especially loved winter - he was fascinated by snow-covered landscapes and the magic of Russian nature. In this poem, the poet has a conversation with a girl, telling her about the beauty of winter. A WINTER MORNING It’s frost and sunshine — morning wondrous! — My lovely friend, that sweetly slumbers — It’s time, my beauty, ope’ your eyes! Ope wide your bliss enveloped gazing, And to the North’s Aurora blazing, As the North Star come forth, arise! Last night, remember snowstorm’s raging? In murky skies that gloom rampaging? The moon was but a faint, pale stain. Through gloomy clouds it yellowed, flitting. And, oh, how sadly you were sitting! And now — look out our windowpane! ’Neath blue cerulean heavens’ gleaming, In wondrous carpets, softly keening, In sunlight sparkling, the snow lies. Transparent woods are all that darkens. The fir greens o’er the frost and harkens, The river shines beneath the ice. And our whole room, with amber sparkling, Gleams in the dawn. With merry gargling The hearth-stove crackles, wood piled high. It’s pleasant lying in bed thinking. But say, though, shouldn’t we be ringing To yoke the brown mare to the sleigh? As we on morning snow go sliding, My darling, feeling the full riding, As our horse runs impatiently, We’ll see the fields, their barren bleakness, The woods, which recently were leafy, The lakeshore, that’s so dear to me. The video was edited by the Miklouho-Maclay Foundation as a part of the "RUSSIAN ACADEMIC AND CULTURAL LUMINARIES AND THEIR WORLDWIDE LEGACY" educational project #RusAcademicLegacy #RusCulturalLegacy #StudyInRussia #RussiaMalaysia #maclayfoundation
Hi, everyone:) This is Kitty. I am currently studying Russian at the Pushkin State Russian Language Institute (Государственный институт русского языка им. А.С. Пушкина). This is a vlog I made to treasure the time I have spent with my friends. I hope you enjoy it too. English subtitles will be available in April. 안녕하세요, 키티입니다! 저는 현재 러시아 국립 어학당인 푸쉬킨에서 러시아어를 공부하고 있어요. 친구들과의 일상을 기록하고 기억하기 위해 만든 브이로그입니다. 영어 자막은 4월 중으로 업로드 될 예정입니다.
Exegi monumentum Я памятник себе воздвиг нерукотворный, К нему не зарастет народная тропа, Вознесся выше он главою непокорной Александрийского столпа. Нет, весь я не умру — душа в заветной лире Мой прах переживет и тленья убежит — И славен буду я, доколь в подлунном мире Жив будет хоть один пиит. Слух обо мне пройдет по всей Руси великой, И назовет меня всяк сущий в ней язык, И гордый внук славян, и финн, и ныне дикой Тунгус, и друг степей калмык. И долго буду тем любезен я народу, Что чувства добрые я лирой пробуждал, Что в мой жестокий век восславил я Свободу И милость к падшим призывал. Веленью божию, о муза, будь послушна, Обиды не страшась, не требуя венца, Хвалу и клевету приемли равнодушно И не оспоривай глупца.
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"Literary Cafe" (or "Literaturnoe Kafe") restaurant is located in the heart of Saint Petersburg, Russia - on a cornet of Nevsky Prospect and Embankment of Moyka River. It is founded in 1816 as the candy shop of "S.Wolff and T.Beranget" which is became not only the best and famous in the city but place to meet for known poets, writers and journalists of St. Petersburg such as Alexander Pushkin, Mikhail Lermontov, Fyodor Dostoevsky and more. At the 27th of January, 1837, the "Literary Cafe" was the place where Alexander Pushkin met his second Konstantin Danzas and went to his fatal duel with George D'Antes. In 1840, Dostoyevsky was introduced to Mikhail Petrashevsky, the Utopian socialist, there. In 1877, after the closure of the confectionery, a high-class restaurant was opened there, where musicians such as Pyotr Tchaikovsky and Feodor Chaliapin frequently visited. In 1858–2001, in the basement floor opened a used bookshop, which became relatively well known. In 1978–81, the building was entirely renovated, and, in 1983, the restaurant reopened as Literaturnoye Kafe, or Literary Cafe #restaurant #stpetersburg #russia 🤍 🤍
The Bronze Horseman is one of my most favorite Pushkin poems, but it can be very hard to understand without help. Today we'll discuss Pushkin's portrayal of Saint Petersburg and white nights.
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El gran poeta de Rusia, Alexander Pushkin Alexander Pushkin 2016-06-13Autor: Salam al Obaidi Preparado por: Al Mayadeen TV Español Vivió poco y produjo mucho, se apasionó por el oriente y se enamoró de la elocuencia del Corán, pero reprimió con sus palabras al Imperio Otomano. Es el gran poeta de Rusia Alexander Pushkin, a quien lo describen como la "conciencia de la nación". Enlace: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Official Selection 9th International Video Poetry Festival The poem "Lukomorye" by Alexander Pushkin is familiar to every Russian person from his childhood. But where is this fabolous land?We know the answer! Director Biography - Nick Rybnikov Born in 1987 in Pskov. In 2010 graduated from the Military Institute of the Defence Ministry of Russia ( Military Journalism). In 2017 graduated from the Higher Courses of VGIK n.a. Gerasimov ( film directing, V.B. Akhadov workshop). Directed more than 10 documantaries on the human rights theme and 4 short fiction films. Award winner of several festivals.
Subscribe to our channel for more film music ♫ Listen The Living Daylights complete soundtrack: 🤍 THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS is a 1987 spy film directed by John Glen, the fifteenth entry in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first of two to star Timothy Dalton as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond 007. Also starring Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy, Joe Don Baker as Brad Whitaker, Art Malik as Kamran Shah, John Rhys-Davies as Leonid Pushkin, Jeroen Krabbé as Georgi Koskov and Andreas Wisniewski as Necros. James Bond is assigned to help KGB General Georgi Koskov defect, covering his escape from a concert hall in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. During the mission, Bond notices that a KGB sniper is a female cellist from the orchestra. Disobeying his orders to kill the sniper, he shoots the rifle from her hands, then uses the Trans-Siberian Pipeline to smuggle Koskov across the border to the West. In his post-defection debriefing, Koskov informs MI6 that the KGB's old policy of 'Smiert Spionam', meaning 'Death to Spies', has been revived by General Leonid Pushkin, the new head of the KGB. Koskov is later abducted from the safe-house and assumed to have been taken back to Moscow. Bond is directed to track down Pushkin in Tangier and kill him, to forestall further killings of agents and escalation of tensions between the Soviet Union and the West. Bond agrees to carry out the mission when he learns that the assassin who killed 004 (as depicted in the pre-title sequence) left a note bearing the same message, "Smiert Spionam". Bond returns to Bratislava to track down the cellist, Kara Milovy. He finds out that Koskov's entire defection was staged, and that Kara is actually Koskov's girlfriend. Bond convinces Kara that he is a friend of Koskov's and persuades her to accompany him to Vienna, supposedly to be reunited with him. They escape Bratislava while being pursued by the KGB, crossing over the border into Austria. Meanwhile, Pushkin meets with an arms dealer, Brad Whitaker, in Tangier, informing him that the KGB is cancelling an arms deal previously arranged between Koskov and Whitaker. The Living Daylights / Tuer n'est pas jouer / 007: Alta tensión / Su nombre es peligro / 007 - Zona pericolo / James Bond 007 – Der Hauch des Todes / Искры из глаз / 鐵金剛大戰特務飛龍 Category: OST ; O.S.T. ; movie soundtrack ; score ; film music ; theme ; bande originale ; musique de film ; générique ; BO ; BOF ; B.O.F ; banda sonora pelicula ; colonna sonora ; musica ; filmmusik ; trilha sonora de filme ; filmens soundtrack ; ταινίας ; lydspor ; саундтрек к фильму ; müziği ; פסקול לסרט电影配乐 ; 영화 사운드 트랙 ; फिल्म संगीत ; 映画のサウンドトラック ; الفيلم الموسيقى التصويرية
Subscribe: 🤍 Stream: 🤍 // ABOUT In this new single, Kinelman collaborates with Dr. Pushkin who has always been his role model. Associating failure with successful people can be very difficult. To think that any reputable entrepreneur could have had a series of failures seems impossible. Some might assume that they have always been that way. However, these people, like many others, have gone through hard times of rejection, denial, failure, even fear, but they did not give up. . This track speaks about turning our failures into success this year (2022) Shot in the heart of Kumerica //CREDITS Lyrics written by Kinelman and Dr. Pushkin Beat produced by Oneelbeatz Video Directed by Ataman Nikita Video Edited by Dr. Pushkin Director of Photography - TwiceAguy Videography - Oaklight (C) Isolirium Entertainment 2022.