Pobedonostsev Petro( Writer)
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Biography Pobedonostsev Petro
(1771 - 1843), graduated from the course at the Moscow Theological Academy, received a master's degree of philosophy and philology, was a professor of literature in Russia at Moscow University. Major works Pobedonostsev: "The fruits of melancholy, nourishing for sensitive heart" (Moscow, 1796), "The true and false happiness," Trans. op. Gellц?rt (Moscow, 1709), "The new science of enjoying life", in 4-songs, translated. op. Utstsa (Moscow, 1799), "An old friend returned from a trip and telling all that he had seen heard and felt," Trans. with him. (Moscow, 1802), "Memories of P.A. Plavilschikov (Moscow, 1818), "A Brief Guide to the aesthetics," "Friend of Youth" (M., 1824 - 1825), "The direction of the mind and heart to truth and virtue" (Moscow, 1830). Published "Children's Journal for 1813," "Minerva" in 1806 - 1807 g. (together with Professor Sokhatsky) and "News of Russian literature" (BM. with Prof.. Sokhatsky and Podshivalovym, Moscow, 1802 - 1805). According Shevyrov ( "History of Moscow University"), . Pobedonostsev "read the rhetoric of the old tools (Lomonosov, . Merzlyakov, etc.) and the main attention was paid to practical training, . on the purity of speech and strict adherence to the rules of grammar ",
. See. Pypin "VG. Belinsky and his correspondence "; Barsukov" Life and Works Stamp. Pogodin (t. I). V. P-in.