Greater Ivan Ye( writer)
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Biography Greater Ivan Ye
(1793 - 1868), studied at the Kazan University, he served in the Army. In poems, . scattered journals 20's and 30-ies, . wrote: "To Erast" (satire on the players, . M., . 1828), "Surprise" (opera-vaudeville sideshow, . M., . 1830), "Vladimir Vlonsky" (a tragedy in 4 acts, . M., . 1837), . "Love and Honor" (drama, . Petersburg., . 1841); "Yanstersky" (tragedy, . Petersburg., . 1841),
. Sometimes wrote under the pseudonym Iweala. In 1842, Mr.. invented a new way of processing flax and tried to put it into use, but the man is extremely impractical, he is completely ruined while and died in poverty. As a writer of little interest, . Greater was very popular in literary circles in 1820 - 40 years (at one time was a friend of Pushkin, . then exchanged with him the evil epigramami) thanks to the remarkable kindness and delicate willingness to help all needy writers,
. - Wed: Modzalevsky "I.E. Wielkopolski (St. Petersburg, 1902) and works of Belinsky, edited Vengerov, t. VI, notes.