Frases de Aleksandr Pushkin

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Aleksandr Pushkin

Fecha de nacimiento: 6. Junio 1799
Fecha de muerte: 10. Febrero 1837
Otros nombres:Aleksandr Sergeevič Puškin, Alexandr Sergejevič Puškin, Alexander Puškin, Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin

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Aleksandr Sergueyevich Pushkin[n 1]​ fue un poeta, dramaturgo y novelista ruso, fundador de la literatura rusa moderna. Su obra se encuadra en el movimiento romántico.

Fue pionero en el uso de la lengua vernácula en sus obras, creando un estilo narrativo —mezcla de drama, romance y sátira— que fue desde entonces asociado a la literatura rusa e influyó notablemente en posteriores figuras literarias, como Dostoyevski, Gógol, Tiútchev y Tolstói, así como en los compositores rusos Chaikovski y Músorgski.

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Frases Aleksandr Pushkin

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„The illusion which exalts us is dearer to us than ten thousand truths.“

—  Aleksandr Pushkin
The Hero ll. 64-65, quoted in Gooseberries by Anton Chekhov

„God save us from seeing a Russian revolt, senseless and merciless. Those who plot impossible upheavals among us, are either young and do not know our people, or are hard-hearted men who do not care a straw either about their own lives or those of others.“

—  Aleksandr Pushkin
Found in Pushkin's. The Captain's Daughter and Other Stories. English edition by Random House LLC. 2013. p. 139 As quoted by Joseph Frank in Dostoevsky: A Writer in His Time (2009). Princeton University Press, p. 203.

„Pimen [writing in front of a sacred lamp]:
One more, the final record, and my annals
Are ended, and fulfilled the duty laid
By God on me a sinner. Not in vain
Hath God appointed me for many years
A witness, teaching me the art of letters;
A day will come when some laborious monk
Will bring to light my zealous, nameless toil,
Kindle, as I, his lamp, and from the parchment
Shaking the dust of ages will transcribe
My true narrations.“

—  Aleksandr Pushkin
(Variant translation): One more story, just one more, And then my history's completed, All my chronicles written down And my sinner's debt repaid to God. Not for nothing. The Lord appointed me to bear witness For many many years and it was he Taught me the art of creating books. One day, in the far future, some hard-working monk Will find my painstaking, anonymous writings. He'll light his lamp, as I light mine, He'lll shake the dust of centuries from these scrolls. Then he'll copy out, carefully, these true accounts, So the descendants of today's Christians May know the past of their native land Remember their mighty Tsars warmly For their glory and their knidness And our Lord's mercy on their sins and crimes. In my old age I live my life anew. Pushkin, Alexander (2012). Pushkin's Boris Gudunov. Oberon Books.

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