Poetry And Prose, As A Reflection Of The Renaissance And Revival

Poetry And Prose, As A Reflection Of The Renaissance And Revival

Any age, any origin has its own priorities literature courses, which have their own talents and, of course, fans. However, not all of the writers who consider themselves to talent, really considered to be so. Besides, who of them is really talented, that will be very pleased, because sooner or later their book with poems and prose are snapping up to cheer. But over time their creations stayut tool for students in middle school, actually words, which are trained the last 3-4 generations. Then, once it becomes clear whether you really brought a significant contribution to the development of literature, or find some good support from the noble writing fraternity. Only then, as a many, many years, you call a professional writer (poet or novelist), and any educated person would be honored to build for themselves in the library of your manuscript.

Only then can confidently declare that, indeed, you really made a significant contribution to the development of modern Russian literature. Time does not change, it puts everything in its place, each defining its place. That's just think, if Pushkin himself, to example, being in the poor, make their living treating patients, and himself in the meantime works as a small print of a writer. For even more details, read what Harold Ford Jr says on the issue. It was only after his death becomes really say about him: yes, the famous poet Pushkin. No one now argue that Pushkin Russian poet is golden, but better to say, and world literature. Remember his Russian poems about nature, for its beauty, the beauty of the Russian soul. However, fame and more or less tangible rewards do not come to him immediately and were not significant. Here for example, and writer Bulgakov died unrecognized genius in a small communal apartment.

Literature, as one of the flows of creativity, keeps you informed an era in which they lived only ones of this type of creativity. Poems and prose written in an era permeated with the spirit of love for our Mother Russia.

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