Let's talk about Russian literature. Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin is a famous Russian poet. Pushkin was born on June 6, 1799. The love of reading grew into attempts to create their own texts. Already at the age of seven, Pushkin composed small comedies in French, imitating Moliere. In the spring of 1820, Alexander Pushkin went to Kishinev (city of Russia). During this period, there appeared "Prisoner of the Caucasus", "Gabriiliada", "Brothers-robbers", "Bakhchisarai fountain", "Song of the prophetic Oleg". Also Pushkin began working on a novel in verse "Eugene Onegin". The famous Russian poet Pushkin was killed in a duel by his brother-in-law, the French officer Dantes. “The duel took place with pistols. Mr. Pushkin, mortally wounded in the chest, nevertheless lived for two more days. His opponent was also seriously wounded: "Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin's verse" Autumn "Dull time! Charm of the eyes! Your farewell beauty is pleasant to me - I love the lush wilting of nature, Crimson and gold-clad forests, There is noise and fresh breath in their canopy, And the heavens are covered with a wavy mist, And a rare sunbeam, and the first frosts, And distant gray winters are threats.
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