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Great people of my country


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Great people of my country

  1. 1. Great people of my country
  2. 2. Mendalieva Alina Form: 6A Teacher: Samokhina Y.M. A.S. Pushkin 1799-1837
  3. 3. Pushkin was born on June 6, 1799 in Moscow into a family of landowners. A.S.Pushkin 1800-1802
  4. 4. His father, Sergei was a poor gentleman, an educated man. He knew the literature. He was familiar with many Russian writers, and wrote himself a little. S.L Pushkin,1824.
  5. 5. Nadezhda Ossipovna Hannibal His mother, Nadezhda Levinton, a granddaughter of Arap of Peter I, later the Russian general Hannibal. Abram Petrovich Hannibal Great-grandfather, Abram Petrovich Hannibal "Negro of Peter the Great.
  6. 6. There were three children in Pushkin’s family. The eldest, Olga, the second - Alexander Jr.,and - Lyovushka, the youngest one. Alexander Lyovushka
  7. 7. His grandmother, Maria A. Hannibal and the nanny Arina made a great influence on Alexander. Maria A. Hannibal The nanny Arina
  8. 8. At the age of 12, Alexander was taken to a new school - Tsarskoe Selo near St. Petersburg.
  9. 9. Emperor's Tsar Lyceum was founded for the education and upbringing of young people determined to be "the most important part of the service of the State."
  10. 10. Emperor's Tsar Lyceum was founded for the education and upbringing of young people determined to be "the most important part of the service of the State."
  11. 11. The academic year at Tsarskoe Selo Lyceum lasted 11 months, from August 1 to July 1. The Lyceum was a closed institution. During the entire period of study students were not allowed to leave Tsarskoe Selo.
  12. 12. Room of Alexander Pushkin In each room there was an iron bed, a desk, a mirror, a chair, a table for washing.
  13. 13. Close friends of Pushkin in the Lyceum. A.A.Delvig I.I.Puschin V.K.Kyukhelbecker
  14. 14. Lyceum was the happiest time in Pushkin’s life. Then he went to St. Petersburg and entered the College of Foreign Affairs. He was fond of theatre. There he became a member of various literary societies.
  15. 15. After the finishing Lyceum in 1817 and again in 1819 after a serious illness Pushkin came to Mihaylovskoe, Pskov province.
  16. 16. In the first years after the Lyceum he wrote the poem "The Village," "To Chaadayev," an ode to "Liberty", the poem "Ruslan and Ludmila."
  17. 17. The ideas of civil liberty are also reflected in the poems, and in the behaviour of the young Pushkin.
  18. 18. There he wrote "The Caucasian Prisoner", "The Fountain of Bakhchisarai, and" Prisoner, "" The Song of Wise Oleg “, he began to write the novel " Eugene Onegin ".
  19. 19. February 18, 1831. Pushkin was married with N.N.Goncharova. The first months of after their wedding they spent in Moscow. Pushkin’s flat in Moscow. Arbat.
  20. 20. From mid-October 1831 and last years of his life Pushkin and his family lived in St. Petersburg.
  21. 21. Alexander Pushkin and Natalia Goncharova had four children. The eldest daughter, Maria A. Pushkina (1832- 1919). Youngest daughter, Natalia Alexandrovna Pushkina (1836 - 1913).
  22. 22. The eldest son, Alexander Pushkin (1833-1914). The youngest son, Grigory Pushkin (1835 1913).
  23. 23. In early 1834 in Petersburg, appeared the Frenchman Baron Edmond. He fell in love with Pushkin's wife and became to flirt with her. Dantes,1830-s
  24. 24. February 8, 1837, at 5 o'clock in the evening, the Black River in St. Petersburg took a fatal duel in which Pushkin was mortally wounded.
  25. 25. In two days Pushkin died. It was on February 10, 1837