Alexander Ivanovich Vvedensky (poet)

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Alexander Vvedensky

Alexander Iwanowitsch Vvedenski ( Russian Александр Иванович Введенский , scientific transliteration Aleksandr Ivanovič Vvedenskij ; * 23 November July / 6 December  1904 greg. In Saint Petersburg , Russia ; † December 20, 1941 in Kharkiv , Ukraine was a Russian poet) .

In the 1920s he was a representative of Russian futurism ( avant-garde ) in Leningrad for a short time . Together with his poet friend Daniil Charms (actually Daniil Iwanowitsch Juwatschow) he became a member of the literary order DSO, took part in the "left flank" and took part in the philosophical group of poets "Tschinari". He was married to Tamara Mejer. In 1927 he became a member of the late avant-garde literary association OBERIU ("Vereinigung realer Kunst"), which is committed to "provocation, the fight against common sense and mediocrity". In 1931 he married Anna Ivanter. On July 13, 1932, he was exiled to for political reasonsKursk . In winter he was able to return to Leningrad. In the mid-1930s he moved from Petersburg to Kharkov, where he married Galina Viktorova. The second arrest took place in 1941. He died on December 20, 1941 on a prisoner transport near Kharkov while the German troops were advancing.

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