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Siberian Philologists Found 300 Earlier Unknown Poems by Zhukovsky
7.03.2014 23:49
Siberian Philologists Found 300 Earlier Unknown Poems by Zhukovsky

Researchers of the Philology Faculty of the Tomsk State University have found and published nearly 300 previously unknown texts by the Russian poet Vasily Zhukovsky.

      The University press service also reports that the Philology Faculty is now working on publication of complete works by Zhukovsky. It is going to be the first attempt to bring together entire creative heritage of the famous Russian poet and translator. 14 volumes of his collected works have been already published and six more are yet to come.

      Vasily Zhukovsky (1783-1852) was a prominent Russian poet, one of the founders of Romanticism in Russian poetry, a translator, a critic, a member of the Russian Imperial Academy, a privy councillor, and a tutor of the future emperor Alexander II.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Vasily Zhukovsky Tomsk Russian Poetry   

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