Mikhailov Mikhail Larionovich( Outstanding Writer)
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Biography Mikhailov Mikhail Larionovich
(1826 - 1865). His grandfather, Mikhail, a man of uncommon, was a serf of the famous "Family Chronicle" swt. Aksakov - Kuroyedov and died in a daunting fight with the heirs Kuroyedov did not wish to recognize the validity of verbal freestyle, which she Mikhailushka freed from slavery. However, during the lifetime Kuroyedov Mikhailushka managed to bring in the people of his sons, including Larion Mikhailova, who died in office manager Iletsk Salt To secure. Mikhail Mikhailov was born half-blind, he made a transaction century, which explains the abnormal appearance of his eyes on portraits. He has been well translated, only more of Schiller and Heine (whom he first thoroughly briefed the Russian society), Goethe, eastern and Greek poets, Byron, T. Hood, Longfellow, Hugo, Chenier, Beranger. To rhyme Mikhailova pulled even in the adolescent years, he made his debut in print ( "Illustration" NV. Kukolnik) in 1845. translation from Heine. He placed in the magazines, along with poems, articles on various topics, literary and social. Introducing Tchernyshevskiy helped deepen the ideological direction Mikhailova, and he became one of the leading publicists Contemporary. Especially issued his article on women's issues, in which he expressed a great deal that much later, gradually became the slogan of the day. Mikhailov also published many literary works, . not particularly bright on the content and implementation of whom stands his first experience - the story of "Adam Adamych", . encountered in their time criticizing sympathetically and laid the foundations of literary fame of the author,
. In 1861, Mr.. Mikhailov was denounced by Sun. Kostomarov, arrested and tried for their passage from abroad proclamation: "To the younger generation" and for deprivation of all rights, was exiled to the mines for six years. Terrible life in Kadan, where he subsequently languished Chernyshevsky soon had broken the delicate organism Mikhailova, and after 3 years he died of Bright's disease. - Works Mikhailova separate publications on several occasions, was a full 8-volume edition in 1867, edited by NV. Gerbel, burned because bore the name of the disgraced poet. Since 1913. out the complete works Mikhailova, edited by PV. Bykov. The first volume contains all the poetical works Mikhailova, given a list of them printed, placed Mikhailova biography, written by PV. Oxen in the other (to 1915. came five volumes) is published prose. Diary Mikhailova, his conduct of the exile, published in "Russian Wealth" (1906, No 6 - 9), his case was described in the book mK. Lemke, Political Processes Mikhailova, Pisarev and Chernyshevskogo "(St. Petersburg, 1907).