Pushkin: a biography
Ecco Press, 1 avr. 1999 - 309 pages
British poet, novelist, and biographer Feinstein recounts the short life of Alexander Sergeevish Puskin (1799-1837), widely recognized as the father of Russian literature. She finds in him an impudent genius, libertine, wounded son, jealous husband, victim of snobbery and censorship, and above all a writer of inexhaustible vision and vitality.
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Review: Pushkin: A BiographyAvis d'utilisateur - julie - Goodreads
elaine feinstein should be stopped from writing pretend biographies - like Anna Akhmatova, Pushkin is an endlessly fascinating character and she does NOT do him justice. perhaps she should have actually learned something about him before attempting to write his biography. Consulter l'avis complet
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