Auslander Sergei Abramovich( Writer)
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Biography Auslander Sergei Abramovich
Born in 1886. He studied at the historical-philological faculty of St. Petersburg University. Collaborated in the modernist magazines: "Golden Fleece", "Libra", "Pass" and later closely joined Apollo. Here and in the anthologies: "Wolnica", . "Ships", . "White Nights" and others published a series of novels ( "Warlock", . "Notes of Ganymede", . "Holidays", . "Threshold", . "The Bastille is taken", . "Beautiful Mark", . "Sailors", . "Flutes Vafilla", . Night Prince "and others), . some of which are translated into German,
. Many put it well in these publications critical notes. In recent years, taking an active part in the critical section "Speeches". A. Part of stories, entitled "Golden Apples" published "Grief" in M. (1908). A Tale. represent a very skilful imitation of literary antiquity: the memoirs of the French adventurers XVIII century, Italian novels of the time of Boccaccio, an old English novels, etc.. The author is well able to transfer the tone and style of their designs, their graceful shamelessness and some naive perversion, and as he tries to write the syllable Russian translation of XVIII century, the illusion of antiquity obtained complete. To what extent is this illusion has artistic value - debatable. However, in some stories, A. of the history of the French Revolution felt not only imitation, but the nervousness of the witness of the Russian revolutionary events of 1905. S. In.