Panaev Vladimir Ivanovich( Poet)
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Biography Panaev Vladimir Ivanovich
(1792 - 1859)
Originally from the nobility of the Kazan province, a graduate of the Kazan school and university. He served in the Ministry of Justice, Office of Communications, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of the yard, where promoted to Director of the Office (1832). P. - Idillik primarily. Taste for this kind of poetry it has fostered leadership of the mother and other women, a quiet family life and permanent residence in childhood, in the village. His first poems appeared in 1817 in "Son of the Fatherland" and "benevolent". They drew attention Derzhavin, who advised the young poet began writing the Greek and Roman, and take a sample Gesner; last n. remained faithful to his life. Abundant wave came in and Greco-Roman life in the content Idylls P. In 1820, the idyll P. emerged as a separate book (out of 25 pieces, which were preceded "Discourse on the pastoral poetry), was encountered with the praise and criticism, and the public; Russia's Academy has awarded the author a gold medal. "The captivating simplicity of innocence, sincerity, love of family, light meditation, not alien to smile, and passion, not devoid of grace" - the basis and differences Idylls PA, besides write a fairly easy language. The most characteristic of them: "Dream," "sick," "Recovery Likasta and Damet". Also idylls he owned a few more poems ( "Spring", "To the motherland", "Evening", "Russian Song" and others), three words of praise: Alexander I (1816), Prince Kutuzov-Smolensky (1823), G.R. Derzhavin (1817) and a few written by Karamzin in the style of short stories and novellas were published in the "Son of the Fatherland" and "benevolent". The more important of them: "a romantic letter from St. Petersburg", "Adventure in masquerade," "The Crying Game destiny", "do not be born nor handsome, nor handsome, but be born happy" and "Ivan Kostin". Service gradually distracted him from the literature. In the year of death, P. out his "Recollections of Derzhavin" in the anthology Bratchina (h. I). His "Memoirs", the same richness of content, but not always an objective assessment of actors, P. brought up in 1859, but have so far published only excerpts: in the Journal of Europe "(1867,? 3 and 4) - about his childhood and education P. and familiarity with Derzhavin and "Russian Antiquities" (1892,? 11 and 12, 1893, No. 2 and 5) - the prince rm. Volkonsky, to build the temple of the Savior in Moscow, the death of Nicholas I, on the marriage and the death of Grand Duchess Alexandra Nikolaevna and the actions Magnitskiy in Kazan (cm. well as amendments and additions thereto in the Journal of Europe ", 1868,? 4 and in the "Russian Archive", 1868,? 1). P. was an ordinary academician of Academy of Russia (1841), an honorary member of the Imperial Academy of Fine Arts, Kazan University and the Society of domestic literature with him. See. "Bibliographical Notes" (1861,? 4), "Report of the Imperial Academy of Sciences for 1852 - 1865 years" and "Ow. Yves. Pan, with the monitor of his recollection Idylls "(St. Petersburg, 1860). V. P-in.