Pisarev, Aleksandr Ivanovich( famous vaudeville writer)
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Biography Pisarev, Aleksandr Ivanovich
(1803 - 1828), was born in a noble family of Orel province, education received in Moscow noble (university) hostel. Was famous in the 1820-ies handwritten epigrams and satires. His brisk and witty couplets Pisarev zealously helped the circle of writers of the old school, grouped around Russia Society of Lovers of Literature, in their struggle with Moscow Telegraph "Field. Plays Pisarev, mostly translated from French or remodeled, a part of the original, had great success on the stages of the two capitals. Best vaudeville Pisarev: "Lukavin" (comedy, . Moscow, . 1823), . "Trip to Kronstadt" (Moscow, . 1824), . Magic Nose "(M., . 1825), . "Heiress" (Moscow, . 1824), . Teacher and student "(Moscow, . 1824), . "Busybody" (Moscow, . 1825), . "Five years in two hours" (I was going in January 1828), . "Medium extradite daughters married" (go in 1828), . "Three dozen", etc.,
. With a. Verstovsky, who often wrote music for his musical comedies, Pisarev issued a "Drama album for lovers of theater and music for 1826" (Moscow, 1826). Unpublished remained satire Pisarev, under the title: "The singer in the bivouac at the foot of Parnassus" - a parody of the "singer in the camp of Russian soldiers, Zhukovsky, Moscow mocked many writers and scholars (see. in "Bibliography Notes" 1859,? 20, Article M. Longinov). Many pages are devoted to warm Pisarev swt. Aksakov in his "literary and theatrical memoirs". See. "Notes Ks. Field (St. Petersburg, 1888) and "Old and New Russia" (1879, No. 5, Article. "Russian vaudeville writer. AI. Pisarev). Um.