IZMAILOV Vladimir( Writer, a follower of Karamzin)
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Biography IZMAILOV Vladimir
(1773 - 1830).
Was born and died in Moscow. He studied at the school at Moscow University, he served in the Guards, was then censor in Moscow. In the "pleasant and useful pastime" appeared in one of his first novels: "Rostov Lake, in the sentimental kind, full of sympathy for the peasants and the nature of. Izmailov was one of the best imitators of Karamzin. Imitation Izmailov, however, came even before the full backup periods Karamzin. Izmailov participated in "Afindah", . Vestnik Evropy, . published: Patriot, . Journal for Education "(1804)," The Herald of Europe "(1814)," Russia's Museum "(1915) and the anthology" Literary Museum "(1827) description of" Travels in a south Russia "(1800 - 02 G.; 2-e ed., . 1805), . very impressed "Letters of a Russian Traveler", . low yields for the characteristics of the visited places: Izmailov stops less on the objects, . they seen, . how to "ideas and feelings", . excited them,
. Big fan of Jean-M. Rousseau, Izmailov was the mouthpiece of his ideas in his "Patriot"; translated part of the "New Eloise" and "Russovy letters on botany". Although Izmailov and there was no appreciable talent, yet he enjoyed great respect in literary circles at that time. - About him Wed. N. Ivanchin-Pisarev in the Literary Gazette "(1830, t. II); M. Dmitriev "Trifles from a stock of my memory," "Letters to Karamzin Dmitriev (St. Petersburg, 1866). Letters to him F.N. Glinka and others. (in Moscow Review ", 1877). A. A-ko.