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  1. Derzhavin también experimentó con diferentes tipos ritmos y rimas, sonidos e imágenes. Gavrila Derzhavin, cuadro de Borovikovski. El masón Nikolái Karamzín (1766-1826) reformó la lengua literaria introduciendo muchos galicismos y suprimiendo elementos eslavones, con lo que abrió una cierta distancia entre el ruso culto y el popular.

  2. С 1762 года Гаврила служил рядовым гвардейцем в Преображенском полку, в составе полка принимал участие в государственном перевороте 28 июня 1762 года, в результате которого на престол вступила Екатерина ii.

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    In March 1786, the disgraced Russian poet and statesman Gavrila Derzhavin was appointed the governor of Tambov Governorate—a post that he held until December 1788. Even during that brief tenure, he accomplished a great deal: a theatre, a college, a dancing school, a printing business, an orchestra, and a brickyard were built.

  4. Derzhavin Museum - of Gavrila Derzhavin; Nekrasov Apartment Museum - of Nikolay Nekrasov, with Ivan Panaev memorial study; The Tsarskoye Selo Lyceum Museum ; Other writers. Derzhavin Museum - of Gavrila Derzhavin; Dostoevsky Museum; Joseph Brodsky - two locations: branch of Anna Akhmatova (Fountain House) Museum and Brodsky's apartment in St ...

  5. To celebrate both events, poet Gavrila Derzhavin wrote the ode "the wedding celebrations of 1799". On 21 November the couple went to Austria. Countess Varvara Golovina remembered that Alexandra was sad to leave Russia, and her father Emperor Paul I "constantly repeated, would not see her since her sacrifice."

  6. The Hudson Review publishes fiction, poetry, essays, book reviews; criticism of literature, art, theatre, dance, film, and music; and articles on contemporary ...

  7. Ekaterina is a 2014 Russia-1 historical television series starring Marina Aleksandrova as the eventual Russian empress Catherine the Great.The first season tells the story of princess Sophie Friederike Auguste, and her rise to power to become Empress of Russia, following a coup d'état and the assassination of her husband, Peter III.