Strangely, he fell in a duel near a place called Little Scotland, founded by Scots missionaries in the Caucasus.
Romanticismpoetry Influences At the age of fourteen Lermontov moved to Moscow, where he entered a boarding school for the sons of the nobility. At the Moscow University he started to write poetry under the influence of Lord Byronadapting the Byronic cult of personality.
Mikhail Lermontov was born on October 15 October 3 in old style in in Moscow. Died July 25 July 18 in in Pyatigorsk. Story of life[ change change source ] M. There was bad situation in his family: Lermontov's mother had died very early and his grandmother became a parent for Mikhail without his father.
When Lermontov was a child, he lived on land, which Arseneva held, in the region of Penza. He was studying at home. He knew French and German quite well since he was a child. In the summer ofLermontov and his grandmother had visited waters of Caucasus. Later, he wrote poems about nature and people of Caucasus like "Caucasus" and "Blue waters of Caucasus, I greet you In his family had moved to Moscow.
In Lermontov had humanitarian education. In he wrote poems "Corsair", "The criminal", "Oleg" and others. In March ofthe Moscow boarding house, where Lermontov studied, became a classical school. In Lermontov left for a summer classical school. Then he spent time in country Serednikovo near Moscow, held by Stolypins.
At the same year poet became a student of a Moscow university. In he went to Saint Petersburg. He became a student of Nicolay's cavalry college.
After he had finished his studying he went to Caucasus. He arrived from Caucasus with lots of poems. Lermontov died in a duel with Martynov Nikolay Solomonovich in Pyatigorsk.MS Mikhail Lermontov.
MS Mikhail Lermontov, launched in , was the last of the five "poet" ships: Ivan Franko, Taras Shevchenko, Alexandr Pushkin (now Marco Polo), Shota Rustaveli and Mikhail Lermontov, named after famous Ukrainian, Georgian and Russian writers (Ivan Franko and Taras Shevchenko being Ukrainian, and Shota Rustaveli .
A Hero of Our Time, novel by Mikhail Lermontov, published in Russian in as Geroy nashego vremeni. Its psychologically probing portrait of a disillusioned 19th-century aristocrat and its use of a nonchronological and fragmented narrative structure influenced Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Leo Tolstoy, and.
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The last cruise of Mikhail Lermontov At dawn on the morning of February 16, , the luxury Russian liner Mikhail Lermontov steamed past the bush-covered hills of Tory Channel towards Picton, on the last leg of a two-week cruise. Mikhail Yurievich Lermontov () was a Russian poet and prose writer.
Fearless, impulsive, and passionate, he was the embodiment of Russian romanticism.
The contributions of Mikhail Lermontov to Russian literature . MS Mikhail Lermontov was an ocean liner owned by the Soviet Union's Baltic Shipping Company, built in by V.E.B. Mathias-Thesen Werft, Wismar, East iridis-photo-restoration.com was later converted into a cruise iridis-photo-restoration.com 16 February she collided with rocks near Port Gore in the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand, and sank, claiming the life of one of her crew members.