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Author: Beatrice Yusem,Aleksandr Sergeyevich Griboyedov
ISBN: 0911971831
Pages: 223 pages
Publisher: Effect Publishing (June 1, 1993)
Language: English Russian
Category: History & Criticism
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e-Book Distress from Cleverness a Four Act Comedy in Verse: A Four-Act Comedy in Verse (English and Russian Edition) epub download

by Beatrice Yusem,Aleksandr Sergeyevich Griboyedov



Aleksandr Sergeyevich Griboyedov (Author), Beatrice Yusem (Translator).

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Distress from Cleverness. A four-act comedy in verse, A. Griboyedov, Translated from the Russian by Beatrice Yusem. Griboyedov A. Distress from Cleverness. Of The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merchant of Venice, no satisfactory opera has apparently been made (though Berlioz's Béatrice et Bénédict contains charming music), and for much the same reason-namely Shakespeare's unrivalled genius for linguistic imagery-the great tragedies have resisted direct musical setting, Boito's Otello and Piave's Macbeth being, of course, free derivatives

Alexander Sergeyevich Griboyedov (Russian . Griboyedov received a Masters in philology from Moscow University, and subsequently enrolled in the doctorate program. A. S. Griboyedov: Woe from Wit (A Four-Act Comedy).

Alexander Sergeyevich Griboyedov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Грибое́дов, Aleksándr Sergeyevich Griboyedov or Sergéevich Griboédov; 15 January 1795 – 11 February 1829), formerly romanized as Alexander Sergueevich Griboyedoff, was a Russian diplomat, playwright, poet, and composer.

Ivan Sergyevitch Turgenev came of an old stock of the Russian nobility. Distress from Cleverness: A Four-Act Comedy in Verse. Aleksandr Griboyedov. He was born in Orel, in the province of Orel, which lies more than a hundred miles south of Moscow, on October 28, 1818. His education was begun by tutors at home in the great family mansion in the town of Spask, and he studied later at the universities of Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Berlin.

I may have acted thoughtlessly, I know, I do regret. But here in Russia, under the threat of a fine. We must acknowledge any creature. To be a History or a Science teacher.

I may have acted thoughtlessly, I know, I do regret In the science board he got an occupation, An enemy of books, he now demands a ban. On literacy and education.

Alongside several comedies and decent poetry, Griboyedov was also an. .The famous 20th century Russian poet Vladislav Khodasevich noted that Griboyedov had been a "homo unius libri" – a writer of one book.

Alongside several comedies and decent poetry, Griboyedov was also an accomplished travel writer who kept memoirs of his journeys in Persia and the Caucasus. He includes some of his recollections of the Caucasus and the War of 1812 in his plays. He never actually saw combat, although he did join the Moscow Hussar Volunteer Regiment. This is true in essence, as Griboyedov’s entire global and domestic reputation rests on a single work, Woe from Wit, which is included in all Russian school and university curriculums.

Distress from Cleverness: A Four-Act Comedy in Verse. Aleksandr Griboyedov

Distress from Cleverness: A Four-Act Comedy in Verse.

Alexander Griboyedov is remembered and will be remembered by generations to come as the author of the celebrated comedy "Distress from Cleverness," one of the greatest plays in Russian literature.