BULGAKOV Alexander( Writer)
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Born in 1815, died in 1836, Mr.. He studied at the mountain building, from which, in delicate health, was released in 1831 and enrolled at St. Petersburg University, where the development of his great influence had lectures AV. Nikitenko and philosophy professor AA. Fisher. His companions were there, among other things, in. Grigoriev, P. Ershov and P. Saveliev. While still in the shell, Bulgakov found a special penchant for literature and wrote several small dramatic pieces. While a student at the University, . he put on the stage converted them French farce "Artist", . who had a big success, . Bulgakov became a vaudeville writer, . - Became engaged in remaking the French vaudeville for the Russian stage, . disregarding their own dramatic experiences,
. At the end of a university course in 1834. Bulgakov read the theory of Dramatic Arts in St. Petersburg theater school; of these readings is printed only introductory lecture in the "Son of the Fatherland" of the same year. He died in hospital Obukhovskoy, prostrate strong romantic love to the young singer, just as he died prematurely. Of the pieces of his own composition, he did not have time to print a single, but also from the set of reworked, . playing on the stage in St. Petersburg, . printed only: "Artist", . "Two of her husband" (both 1834), "slow and steady wins, . way home "(1835)," neighbor's wife, . or a newcomer in the trap ", . "Debutant, . or passion for the theater "(both 1836),
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