Konstantin Konstantinowitsch Waginow

Konstantin Waginow
Konstantin Waginow

Konstantin Konstantinowitsch Waginow (Russian КонстантинКонстантиновичВагинов, wiss. Transliteration Konstantin Konstantinovič Vaginov, actually Wagengejm/Wagenheim; * 4. /16. April 1899 in sank Petersburg; † 26. April 1934 ebenda) was a Russian poet.

Waginow became as a sonethnic Germans an officer family in sank Petersburg born. It followed in its hometown Leningrad first the circle of the Akmeisten around Nikolai Gumiljow , then the group of the Oberiuten around Daniil Charms and. A.

Konstantin Waginow is one of the most self-willed and most original representatives of the Russian modern trend.Its strategy of the poetic Verweigerung made it heavy to arrange the work of Konstantin Waginow.

works

  • support singing, (Козлинаяпеснь) publishing house Johannes long, 1999;
  • On the search for the singing of the nightingale, library Suhrkamp, volume 1094,
  • Bambocciade (Бамбочада, 1931), Reclam publishing house Leipzig

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note: Double data are first of all indicated in accordance with Julian calendar, which applied in Russia up to the October Revolution 1917, secondly in accordance with in the west since that 16. /18.Jh. used Gregorian calendar. See also: Wikipedia: Name conventions/cyrillic


 

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