Grammatin Nikolai Fyodorovich( philologist)
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Biography Grammatin Nikolai Fyodorovich
(1786 - 1827). Activities Grammatina began even during his stay in Moscow university hostel, translations and poems in "Flower Garden", "News of Europe" and "Son of the Fatherland". In 1809, Mr.. Grammatin received a Master of reasoning on the ancient Russian Literature (Moscow, 1809). He was director of Kostroma schools. Print: "leisure" (St. Petersburg, 1811, a collection of poems), "The Court Lyubushi" (translation, Moscow, 1823), translated "Lay", with detailed notes (Moscow, 1823), critical discourse about Lay "(in the Journal of Europe", 1822, h. V). Best party of the last work, on which Grammatin worked for about 15 years, that he had sought clarification of incomprehensible words and expressions solely in Russian, and gave a lot of very successful interpretations. - Wed. SA. Vengerov, "Sources of the Dictionary of Russian Writers, t. II.