Eremenko Alexander( Russian poet)
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Biography Eremenko Alexander
Eremenko, Alexander V. (p. 1950), Russian poet. Born October 25, 1950 in d.Gonoshiha Altai region into a peasant family. He graduated from the school in the Altai Zarinsk. He worked as a literary associate in the local newspaper, a bricklayer. In 1977, came to Moscow and entered the Literary Institute. Gorky (did not finish the course). He was a Moscow club 'Poetry'. In the late 1970's - early 1980's often served at formal and informal meetings with JF Zhdanov and AM Parschikovym, . critics have tried to combine the work of these poets of different terms: 'metarealism', . 'figurativeness', . 'metametaforizm', etc.,
Eremenko periodicals began to publish in 1986, the first book came out in 1990. In the 1990's almost never written poetry, . However, throughout the decade was perceived as an active participant in the literary process, . owing largely to the emergence of a large number of imitators of his 'intertextual' ( 'quotational', . 'tsentonnoy') poetic technique, . best known of which are acquired TY Kibirov,
. Lyrical hero Eremenko - man, . sensitivities of the richness and beauty of the modern world, . who is able to see the unity of the biosphere and the Technosphere: '... and the red earth, . if you cut the surface layer, . / Marine pine bolts are screwed from the bottom / with a crooked hat and zabivsheysya clay carving ',
. In the same unity are in the world Eremenko nature and literary culture: in the poem "Peredelkino" landscape is inseparable from the set of poetic quotations and allusions, . reconsidered under the sign of the tragic irony: 'Playing the wind, . beating shutters, . / A mast bend and crunch,
. / And at night walking Stalin. / But the bad north for me! "
Widely resorting to 'intertext', Eremenko radically transforms quotational material, extracting from it a new, unexpected meanings. Receiving 'tsentona', combining well-known lines of different, usually classical authors Eremenko turned from an easy game in the literary principle of construction of philosophical works. Such, for example, "Night Walk", where paradoxically face line late OE Mandelstam and a quote from a poem by AP Mezhirova "Communists, forward!": 'There is a barely audible voice said Commissioner: /' We'll see who rather die ... '.
The object of the creative (not always humorous) wit Eremenko is not only a person's word ', but also traditional genre forms (sonnet, haiku, acrostic).