Holtz-Miller, Ivan Ivanovich( Poet)
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Biography Holtz-Miller, Ivan Ivanovich
(1842 - 1871).
In 1860, Mr.. entered Moscow University, but soon for the distribution of prohibited works was signed for 3 months in a penitentiary, and then deported. After unsuccessful attempts to enter the Novorossiysk University, Goltz-Miller lived in Minsk, Kursk and Orel. Starting to write in 1859, Holtz-Miller emerged as a good translator of Byron, Barbie, Lena, and others. Wrote and original poems, the best of them: "Blessed is he who in his youth," "Listen" (to music), "Give me a hand," "The Life and Death", "My House" (Journal