Kliushnikov Ivan Petrovich( Poet)
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Biography Kliushnikov Ivan Petrovich
(1811 - 1895).
As a student verbal faculty of Moscow University, Kliushnikov friends with Stankevich, especially with Belinsky. Kliushnikov already writing poetry, but have not yet dared to print them. He was joking review of literature, inspired by the idea of Belinsky wrote his famous "Literary Reveries". After graduating from the course, was a teacher of the Moscow Institute of noble. In 1838, Mr.. appeared in the press his "Elegy" and "Flood" ( "Moscow Observer", part 17). Number of his poems was placed (with the caption "-F-") in "Notes of the Fatherland" (1839 - 1840) and "Contemporary" (1840). And the public, and journalists met them very sympathetically. The rest of the life Kliushnikov held in his village of Sumy county, away from the literary life. In the Literary Gazette in 1841, Mr.. started his story: "These first husband," and in "Notes of the Fatherland, 1849. - Novel "Love story", but both of these things do not stand out from the log ballast. Several poems Klyushnikova appeared in The Russian Messenger in 1883 and 1888 ( "After forty years, and others). The public has forgotten Klyushnikova, but his best poems (eg, "Music lovers", "The Collector of my elegies," "Life" - the popular response to Pushkin's poem of the same name, is often attributed to Metropolitan Filaret) included in the anthology. - Wed. Brodsky, in "Proceedings of the Academy of Sciences" (1912, IV).