Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev
Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev is generally considered the last of three great Romantic poets of Russia, following Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin and Mikhail Lermontov
Tyutchev was born into an old noble family in Ovstug near Bryansk. Most of his childhood years were spent in Moscow, where he joined the literary circle of Professor Merzlyakov at the age of 13. His first printed work was a translation of Horace's epistle to Maecenas, published when he was still 15. From that time on, his poetic language was distinguished from that of Pushkin and other contemporaries by its liberal use of majestic, solemn Slavonic archaisms.
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- A Vision
- Autumn Evening
- All Day She Quiet Lay
- My Love For You, Sweet Earth
- Elysium Of Shades
- As In The Globe Embraced By Ocean
- How Tuneful Is The Voice Of Sea
- Reproach Me Not
- Say Not He Loves Me
- Last Love
- In ocean waves there's melody...
- Gum Is The Sky
- Don't say he loves me as before...
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