Yegor Fyodorovich Rozen( Writer)
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Biography Yegor Fyodorovich Rozen
1800 - 1860
Up to 19 years was brought up in the province of Estonia, only enrolling in a hussar regiment, by his own admission (cm. autobiography in the preface to the German translation of the tragedy, the daughter of John III "), learned Russian, and in 1835 was appointed secretary of the Tsarevich, who was accompanied in the journey in 1838 - 39 years and about 1841 retired. The first literary experiments of their R. placed in the "Moscow Telegraph" field, then appeared: "Three Poems" (Moscow, 1828), "The Virgin and the mystery of the seven angels," a poem (St. Petersburg, 1829), "Tsarskoe Selo", almanac, published together with N. M. Konshins (Saint-Petersburg, . 1830), "The Birth of John the Terrible", . Poem (Saint-Petersburg, . 1830); "Alcyone", . Almanac in 3 parts (Saint-Petersburg, . 1831 - 33); "Russia and the Batory", . historical drama (Saint-Petersburg, . 1833); "Peter Basmanov", . tragedy (Saint-Petersburg, . 1835), "Life for the Tsar", . libretto for the opera by Glinka (Saint-Petersburg, . 1836); "Sidon", . novel, "The Princes Kurbski", . tragedy (Saint-Petersburg, . 1857) and others,
. Literary works of P. mediocre. See. AE. Rosen, "Sketches of a family history of Baron Rosen (St. Petersburg, 1876).