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  1. A Gumilyov le satisfizo el libro, no así a la crítica que consideró su técnica descuidada, siendo la obra calificada posteriormente como su iniciación en la poesía. Desde 1907 en adelante, Nikolai Gumiliov viajó mucho por Europa, especialmente por Italia y Francia. En 1908 apareció su nueva recopilación llamada Flores Románticas.

  2. Nikolay Gumilyov was born in the town of Kronstadt on Kotlin Island, into the family of Stepan Yakovlevich Gumilyov (1836–1910), a naval physician, and Anna Ivanovna L'vova (1854–1942). His childhood nickname was "Montigomo," the Hawk's Claw. He studied at the gymnasium of Tsarskoye Selo, where the Symbolist poet Innokenty Annensky was his ...

  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lev_GumilyovLev Gumilyov - Wikipedia

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    Lev Nikolayevich Gumilyov was a Soviet historian, ethnologist, anthropologist and translator from Persian. He had a reputation for his highly non-orthodox theories of ethnogenesis and historiosophy. He was an exponent of Eurasianism.

    Lev's parents, two prominent poets Nikolay Gumilyov and Anna Akhmatova, divorced when he was 7 years old and his father was executed by the Cheka when he was just 9. Lev spent most of his youth, from 1938 until 1956, in Soviet labor camps. He was arrested by the NKVD in 1935 and released, but rearrested again and sentenced to five years in 1938. Af...

    Gumilyov attempted to explain the waves of nomadic migration that rocked the great steppe of Eurasia for centuries by geographical factors such as annual vacillations in solar radiation, which determine the area of grasslands that could be used for grazing livestock. According to this idea, when the steppe areas shrank drastically, the nomads of Ce...

    Gumilyov identified himself as an Orthodox Christian. Gumilyov married in 1967, the year after his mother died.

  4. Nikolay Stepanovich Gumilyov, Gumilyov also spelled Gumilev, (born April 15, 1886, Kronshtadt, Russia—died August 24, 1921, Petrograd [now St. Petersburg]), Russian poet and theorist who founded and led the Acmeist movement in Russian poetry in the years before and after World War I. The son of a naval surgeon, Gumilyov was educated at a gymnasium (secondary school) in Tsarskoye Selo (now ...

  5. Gumilyov está situado a una distancia media del Sol de 2,310 ua, pudiendo alejarse hasta 2,646 ua y acercarse hasta 1,973 ua. Su excentricidad es 0,145 y la inclinación orbital 4,751 grados. Emplea 1282 días en completar una órbita alrededor del Sol. Características físicas. La magnitud absoluta de Gumilyov es 13,6.

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  6. wblog.wiki › es › Nikolay_GumilyovNikolái Gumiliov

    Nikolay Gumilyov fue arrestado y ejecutado por la Cheka, la fuerza policial secreta soviética, en 1921. Nikolay Gumilyov nació en la ciudad de Kronstadt en la isla de Kotlin, en la familia de Stepan Yakovlevich Gumilyov (1836-1910), médico naval, y Anna Ivanovna L'vova (1854-1942). Su apodo de infancia era "Montigomo", la garra de halcón.

  7. La palabra. Más allá de la memoria. Me he burlado de mí mismo. Mis lectores. Octava. Sé que no te merezco. Sucedió más de una vez, sucederá muchas veces. Un sueño. Los mejores y más famosos poemas de Nikolay Gumilyov en la colección de poesías en español para leer.