DE Zimmereinrichtung im Haus, in dem die Familie Tschechow wohnte t sich der Laden des Schriftstellervaters befand.
DE Tschechow-Denkmal in Taganrog. Bildhauer I. M. Rukawischnikow (1960)
EN Chekhov’s places in Taganrog – is the house where great dramatist, outstanding thinker and humanist was born; the grocery where his father was engaged in commerce, classical gymnasium where youth of A. P. Chekhov passed, the literary museum… The main thing is the quiet streets of the town, where even nowadays you can find…
DE Das Arbeitszimmer von M.A. Scholochow. in dem Kapitel des Romans „Der stille Don” – haften wurden.
DE Das Haus im Bauerngut Kruzhilinskij, in dem M.A. Scholochow 1905 geboren wurde
DE Die Bronzebüste von M.A. Scholochow in der Kosakensiedlung Weschenskaja
EN M.A. Sholokhov’s house-estate in Cossack stanitsa Vyeshenskaya The museum of Nobel Prize winner, classic of world literature, the author of works which had determined com-patriot generations’ outlook — is a kind of “The Novel under the open air”. State museum preserve of M.A. Sholokhov is included in State book of most valuable objects of…
Pushkin in the village Mikhaylovsky (Puschin at Pushkin). Artist N. Ge. 1875.
An audience jammed the Sports Palace in Luzhniki, Russia, to hear the internationally known poet, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, read from his works
POETRY OF TRUTH AND PASSION Jalil never kept a diary. “I don’t feel inclined to and I cannot and will not make myself keep one,” he once said. But when he left Kazan for the frontlines early in 1942, he felt an urge to entrust his feelings and thoughts to paper. The result, as he…
Pushkin in Moldavia. The name of Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), the great Russian poet and founder of the new Russian literature, is closely linked with Moldavia. The significance of Pushkin’s works and his towering genius place him among the outstanding figures of world culture. In his quarter-century of writing, Pushkin, assimilating the achievements of Russian and…
And the Pike implored again: “Emelya, let me go into the water, and I’ll do anything you wish”. “All right, only first you must prove you aren’t trying to fool me, then I’ll let you go”. As the Pike Wills (after A. Tolstoi)
A.M. Gorki and Romein Rolland in the country-house in Gorky. July. 1935.
A.M.Gorki and A.N. Tolstoy. Amalfi (Italy). 1932.
A.M. Gorki and L.N. Tolstoy. Yasnaya Polyana. 1900.
A.M. Gorki and Stefan Zweig. Sorrento. 1930
A.M. Gorki and K.A. Fedin. Gorky. 1934.
A.M. Gorki and M.E. Koltsov at the congress, devoted to the tenth anniversary of “Soviet book”. Moscow. 1929.
A.M. Gorki, I.A. Bunin, N.D. Teleshov. Yalta. 1900
A.M. Gorki and A.P. Chekov. Yalta. 1900
A.M. Gorki and A.V. Lunacharsky. Moscow. 1929.
A.M. Gorki and Suleiman Stalsky at the First congress of Soviet writers. Moscow. 1934.
A.M. Gorki and Demyan Bedny at the second plenum of Soviet writers union. Moscow. 1935.
A.M. Gorki and A.S. Makarenko. Kuryazh. 1928.
A.M. Gorki, K.P. Pyatnisky, S.G. Skitaletz (Petrov). Nizhni Novgorod. 1900-1901.
A.M. Gorki and L.M. Leonov.