Konstantin Batyushkov

Konstantin Batyushkov (1787–1855) was a celebrated Russian poet and essayist. He served in three campaigns of the Napoleonic wars and was posted to Naples on diplomatic service before succumbing to incurable mental illness in 1822.


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“Reader, Have You Not Heard?”: On “Writings from the Golden Age of Russian Poetry”


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