Alexander Pushkin

Alexander Pushkin is Russia’s best-known and most widely-read poet. He was born in 1799 in Moscow and died after falling into debt and scandal in 1836. Poems such as ‘The Bronze Horseman’ and ‘The Stone Guest’ are his best. His works are often described as the best examples of Romanticism in Russian literature, despite his not being known as a Romantic during his lifetime. 


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