Dmitriev-MAMONOV Fedor( writer, translator, collector.)
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Biography Dmitriev-MAMONOV Fedor
(10.II.1727 - 27.IY.1805)
A descendant of the princes of Smolensk, the owner of the estate Baranovo in Smolensk Province. By anti-clerical pamphlet-allegory in the spirit of Voltaire and Swift's "A nobleman and philosopher" (1769), the second edition of which (Smolensk, 1796) was prohibited by the ecclesiastical authorities. First translator tale Lafontaine "Love of Psyche and Cupid" (1769), . which, . as in the poem "Love", . ode, "Beauty" (1771, . 2 nd Edition - Smolensk, . 1796), . drawing on the traditions sumarokovskoy School, . developed the gallant style of aristocratic literature,
. Translated as "The history of the famous knight Zlata keys Peter of Provence" M. Castillon (1780, 2 nd Edition - Smolensk, 1796), Ovid's poem "Metamorphoses". Released the album "Glory to Russia, . or collection of medals for Peter the Great "(1770, . 2 nd Edition 1783), . Timeline for teaching the court, . military and a civil aristocracy "(1782, . p.1-2), . containing information on the history of Europe and China, . "Epistle from the general to his subordinates" (1770) and "Rules, . which every officer following the military service with a complete pleasure to continue to be "(1771, . 2 nd edition 1788) outlining a broad program of secular education for Russian officers.,
. Lit.: Dictionary of Russian writers HYIII in
. - Vyp.I. - L., 1988. - P.274-278; Journal of the Ministry of Education, 1905. -? 5, otd.II. - P.71-77; Sviatlovskii In. Russian utopian novel. - Pg., 1933. - P.31-32; Questions History of Religion and Atheism. - M., 1956. -T.IH. - S.394-412.