Delaram Mikhail Danilovich( poet Pushkin period)
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Biography Delaram Mikhail Danilovich
(1811 - 1868).
His poems were published in "Northern Flowers", "Library for Reading", "Contemporary," and others (individually, "Experiments in verse" came out in 1835). Already in Tsarskoe Selo Lyceum he passionately indulged in poetry, influenced by recent tradition of Pushkin and Delvig. By the nature of his melancholic poetry Delaram closest to Delvig. He knew the ancient languages, to understand the beauty of Virgil and Ovid, but his translations are more likely to be called transcriptions. Delaram transcribed as "The Lay of Igor" (Odessa, 1839). He served in the Office of the War Department, was dismissed for translating Hugo's poem "Beauty", where the author expresses the desire to put the feet of the beautiful scepter, throne and power, if he were king. Later, it was an inspector of classes in the Richelieu Lyceum.