ANDRUSON Leonid( Poet, Swedish-Finn descent)
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Biography ANDRUSON Leonid
Born in 1875. He studied at the gymnasium of Narva, where the transition to class VIII was expelled for reading prohibited books. Studied bookbinding craft and has a diploma for the title of bookbinding as a master. In 1897 he was arrested. The translations of Heine and Baumbach began his literary career in 1899 in the Journal for All ", which worked to its termination. His poems were published in the Journal of Europe "," Russian Wealth "," World of God "," Education "," Awakening, "Niva" and almanacs. Collected in the book "The Tale of Love" (St. Petersburg, 1908). At a poetry. is a vivid imprint of time with his political and social anxieties of feverish activity, with new trends in literature, but if in poetry A. reflected "modernism", the "decadence" in no way affected its. A. primarily a lyricist, loves and understands the nature and everlasting beauty of it, in conjunction with a love of man. In adolescence and youth enjoyed unlimited freedom and, in his own words, grew up "street boys - or rather, forest, field and river". This greatly influenced the poetry of AA, from which emanates the Free will and a living sense of nature. - Wed. autobiographical note A. the "Literary Calendar-Almanac" for 1908.