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The Silver Age of Russian poetry covers approximately thirty years. It is impossible to determine the accuracy up to a year. But over such a short period of time, a huge number of Russian poets, "artists of the word" created in Russia, who pushed the poetry of their country to a new level.
Many directions were created. Spiritually similar poets had their own abode, which led to such a variety of rhymes and words demonstrating the art. One of those creators who caught the Silver Age was Alexander Solodovnik (Solodovnikov). Compared to his peers, he was not so popular, but he was an integral part of the creative society of his century.
Biography of Alexander Solodovnikov
Years of the poet's life - 1893-1974. Alexander Solodovnik was born on June 24th. Father is a teacher and legal consultant. There were famous merchants in the mother's pedigree. My grandfather had his own candy store.
After graduating from school with a gold medal, he continued to receive education at Moscow State University, at the Faculty of Law, and in December 1916years successfully completed it. A brilliant career awaited him, but due to the outbreak of the First World War, he was drafted into the army. Oleksandr Solodovnik served as an ensign at the Kiev Artillery School until 1918.
In the early years there was a craving for poetry. He was interested in A. S. Pushkin, A. A. Fet, and F. I. Tyutchev. In January 1918, after demobilization from the army, the poet returned to Moscow, where he wrote his Ph. D. thesis for Moscow University. Beginning in 1919, for twenty years, there have been arrests of the poet lasting six months. In view of the fact that the charges always turned out to be fictitious, he was released into the wild. During this time, he spent time in the Butyrka prison, and also engaged in forced labor in Saratov. After his release, the poet works as an accountant and joins the All-Russian Union of Poets. In 1939, after another arrest, Alexander Solodovnik was sent to the Magadan region, where he was forced to do hard physical work.
7 years later, in 1946, Solodovnikov is forced to live in Nizhny Seimchan. In 1956 he returned to Moscow. After moving to his hometown, he gets a job as a music teacher in a kindergarten. He does not forget about his work and writes poems for children.
In 1974 Alexander Solodovnikov dies of a stroke.
By the age of 30, the poet decides to get married. Pautynskaya Nina Stanislavovna becomes his chosen one. Two years after the marriage, the couple had a daughter, Marina, and in 1926, a son, Sergei. But next winterthe poet's three-month-old son falls ill and dies of pneumonia. At the age of 8, daughter Marina also dies.
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