Huber, Eduard Ivanovich( poet and translator)
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Biography Huber, Eduard Ivanovich
(1814 - 1847)
He graduated from the course at the Institute of Railway Transport Corps, served in the Office of the graph Kleinmichel. Worked in the "Contemporary", "Literary Additions", "Novogodnike", and from 1840 to 1842, Mr.. - In the "Library for Reading", as an assistant Senkovsky, with a commitment to Division criticism. Huber's own poems, published in 1845. a separate book, imbued with melancholy and sadness, they do not denounce the author of a great and original talent, but assign him a place among the minor Russian poets. Introducing the author with German philosophy was reflected in them, some prudence. The main work of Huber - translated the first part of "Faust", . done twice: the first time translator destroyed his work on grief, . that he was not omitted by the censor, then, . through encouragement and leadership of Pushkin, . he performed his second, a great poet sometimes edited the translation,
. Collected Works Huber published in St. Petersburg in 1860, with an article about him Tihmeneva.