Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin Biography

Author, Poet(1799–1837)
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin is a Russian poet an fiction writer who is considered the founder of modern Russian literature.

Synopsis

Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was born on June 6, 1799 in Moscow. His first major work was the poem Ruslan and Ludmila. His political verses associated him with the Decembrist revolt, causing him to be banished. He worked on Boris Godunov and the novel in verse Eugene Onegin before Nicholas I allowed him to return to Moscow in 1826. Pushkin died at age 37 after being forced into a duel.

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