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  Mikhail Lermontov
Mikail Yurevich Lermontov, (1814—1841), Russian poet and novelist, often called "the poet of the Caucasus", was born in Moscow, of Scottish descent (from the Learmount family), but belonged to a respectable family of the Tula province, and grew up in the village of Tarkhanui (in the Penzensk[?] government), which now preserves his remains.
From the academic gymnasium in Moscow Lermontov passed in 1830 to the university, but there his career came to an untimely close through the part he took in some acts of insubordination to an obnoxious teacher.
Lermontov visited Saint Petersburg in 1838 and 1839, and in the latter year wrote the novel, A Hero of Our Time, which is said to have been the occasion of the duel in which he lost his life in July 1841.
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Lermontov was born in Moscow to a respectable family of the Tula government, and grew up in the village of Tarkhany (in the Penza government), which now preserves his remains.
From the academic gymnasium Lermontov passed on, in the August of 1830, to the Moscow University.
Lermontov, who had attended this "event", could have dearly paid for it, and thus, some consider this to be the reason for his departure.
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1814 Oct 3, Mikhail Yurevich Lermontov (d.1841), Russian poet and writer (Demon), was born.
1841 Jul 27, Mikhail Yuryevich Lermontov (b.1814), poet, novelist, died.
1842 Dec 9, Mikail Glinka's his epic opera "Russlan and Ludmilla," premiered in Petersburg.
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The intellectual atmosphere which he breathed in his youth differed little from that in which Pushkin had grown up, though the domination of French had begun to give way before the fancy for English, and Lamartine shared his popularity with Byron.
From 1830 to 1834 he attended the school of cadets at Saint Petersburg, and in due course he became an officer in the guards.
The stern and rocky virtues of the mountaineers against whom he had to fight, no less than the scenery of the rocks and of the mountains themselves, proved akin to his heart; the emperor had exiled him to his native land.
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His grandmother—on whom the whole care of his childhood was devolved by his mother's early death and his father's (The military forces of a nation) military service—spared neither cost nor pains to give him the best (The activities of educating or instructing or teaching; activities that impart knowledge or skill) education she could imagine.
From the academic gymnasium Lermontov passed in 1830 to the (Click link for more info and facts about Moscow University) Moscow University, but there his career came to an untimely close through the part he took in some acts of insubordination to an obnoxious teacher.
The tsar, however, seems to have found more impertinence than inspiration in the address, for Lermontov was forthwith sent off to the Caucasus as an officer of (A member of a European military unit formerly composed of heavily armed cavalrymen) dragoons.
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From the academic gymnasium in Moscow Lermontov passed in 1830 to the university, but there his career came to an untimely close through the part he took insome acts of insubordination to an obnoxious teacher.
The tsar, however, seems to have found more impertinence than inspiration in the address, for Lermontov was forthwith sent offto the Caucasus as an officer of dragoons.
Lermontov visited Saint Petersburg in 1838 and 1839, and in the latter year wrote the novel, A Hero of Our Time,which is said to have been the occasion of the duel in which he lost his life in July 1841.
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 Mikhail Lermontov
Mikhail Yurevich Lermontov (Михаил Юрьевич Лермонтов), (October 15, 1814–July 27, 1841), a Russian writer, sometimes called "the poet of the Caucasus", was the most important presence in the Russian poetry since Alexander Pushkin's death until his own death in duel at the age of 26.
In one of his best-known poems, written on January 1, 1840 he described his intonations as "iron verse steeped in bitterness and hatred".
Lermontov was born in Moscow to a respectable family of the Tula province, and grew up in the village of Tarkhany (in the Penza government), which now preserves his remains.
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 A Hero of Our Time
Note: Judy Boss has made the following corrections to the electronic version: on page 4 "feet" has been changed to "feet."; page 5 "mmense" has been changed to "immense"; page 33 "But" has been changed to " 'But".
Mikhail Yurevich Lermontov translator J.H. Wisdom Marr Murray 335 pp.
Note: The electronic version was checked against the 1912 Hodder and Stoughton edition, which is the same translation and has the same pagination.
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