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Bagritsky Edward G.

( Poet, translator)

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Bagritsky (real name - Dzyubin) Edward G. (1895-1934), poet, translator.

Born on October 22 (November 3, NS) in Odessa in the middle-class family. He studied at the real school, then on surveying courses.

Since 1915 Bagritsky start typing in Odessa almanacs "silver trumpet," "Cars in the clouds", etc.. The early poems show the influence of modernist poetry. October Revolution, a young poet meets with enthusiasm, it becomes a singer. During the Civil War was a fighter of special guerrilla unit, wrote agitstihi, proclamations, leaflets.

In 1918-25 published in the Odessa newspapers and satirical magazines, working as a poet and painter in YUGROSTA. During these years, wrote lyric poems and the poem ( "Fowler", "Tavern", "Pigeons," "Autumn", "war veteran", "Watermelon").

In 1925 moved to Moscow, a year creates a poem, "Duma pro Opanas" about the fate of the peasant, betrayed the cause of the revolution.

In 1926 part of the literary group "Pass", but soon broke with it, is adjacent to the "literary center and Constructivists". These throwing ends in 1930, joining the RAPP (Russia Association of Proletarian Writers). In 1932 published a collection of poems "winners", celebrates the romance of the first five-year labor. The next book "Last Night" included the poem "Man suburbs", "Death of pioneers", depicting the struggle of the young generation against the old, moribund peace. Last poem "February" (1933-34) was published posthumously in 1936.

Bagritsky acted as a translator of poetry Kupala Bazhana, Burns, Rimbaud. Together with H. Dementiev translated into Russian the book of poems Turkish poet Nazim Hikmet.

Died E. Bagritsky February 16, 1934 in Moscow.

Used materials kn.: Russian writers and poets. Brief Biographical Dictionary. Moscow, 2000.


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Bagritsky (real name - Dzyubin) Edward G. (22.10-1895, Odessa - 16.2.1934, Moscow), poet. Son tradesman. During the Civil War he served in the Special partisan group named the Central Executive Committee (1919), and then in the organs of the Cheka. He became widely known in 1920 - 30-ies. His poems, the most famous - "Duma pro Opanas" (1926) extolled the revolutionary struggle. Later, his poem has been criticized, but Bagritsky official criticism was accused of "lack of understanding of the driving forces of the socialist revolution". In the 1930's. the main theme of his work was to expose the tradesman - an "enemy of the revolution". Recognized as a classic "revolutionary romanticism".


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