Грибоедов биография Кратко На Английском

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ГДЗ Английский язык 8 класс (часть 2) Афанасьева. UNIT 4. Step 4. Номер №11


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Будьте готовы говорить об Александре Сергеевиче Грибоедове. Скажите, почему мы его помним.

Alexander Griboedov is known in Russia as a brilliant diplomat, writer, composer and pianist. This talented man was born in Moscow in 1795 . He began his school education in 1803, and three years later when he was eleven, Alexander entered Moscow University where he studied philosophy and other subject. Griboedov graduated from the University at the age of 17 in 1812 . In the same year he joined the army to defend his Motherland. After the war Alexander became interested in theatre. In 1815 he translated the comedy “A Young Couple” from French into Russian. The play was staged and became popular. In 1816 Griboedov began his career of a diplomat in St Petersburg. In 1823 he began writing the famous comedy «Gore ot Uma» («Woe from Wit») which was finished in 1824 .
In 1825 as a diplomat he was sent to Persia (now Iran). In 1826 Griboedov was arrested and spent a few months under arrest because the government thought he was connected with Decembrists. Later the same year he left for Georgia where he married his friend’s daughter Nina Chavchavadze. Griboedov’s family life was not long, it lasted several weeks because at the end of 1828 he was sent to Teheran, Persia, to work for peace between the two countries. In 1829 Griboedov was killed by nationalists in Persia.
Alexander Griboedov is a well−known Russian writer but it was new to me that he was as a brilliant diplomat, composer and pianist.

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Александр Грибоедов известен в России как блестящий дипломат, писатель, композитор и пианист. Этот талантливый человек родился в Москве в 1795 году. Он начал свое школьное образование в 1803 году, а три года спустя, когда ему было одиннадцать, Александр поступил в Московский университет, где изучал философию и другие предметы. Грибоедов окончил университет в возрасте 17 лет в 1812 году.
В том же году он присоединился к армии для защиты своей Родины. После войны Александр заинтересовался театром. В 1815 году он перевел комедию «Молодая пара» с французского на русский. Пьеса была поставлена и стала популярной. В 1816 году Грибоедов начал свою карьеру дипломата в Санкт−Петербурге. В 1823 году он начал писать знаменитую комедию «Горе от Ума», которая была закончена в 1824 году.
В 1825 году в качестве дипломата его отправили в Персию (ныне Иран). В 1826 году Грибоедов был арестован и провел несколько месяцев под арестом, потому что правительство считало, что он связан с декабристами. Позже в том же году он уехал в Грузию, где женился на дочери своего друга Нине Чавчавадзе. Семейная жизнь Грибоедова была недолгой, она длилась несколько недель, потому что в конце 1828 года он был отправлен в Тегеран, Персия, для того, чтобы примирить две страны. В 1829 году Грибоедов был убит националистами в Персии.
Александр Грибоедов − известный русский писатель, но для меня было новым то, что он был блестящим дипломатом, композитором и пианистом.

Aleksandr Sergeyevich Griboyedov

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Aleksandr Sergeyevich Griboyedov, Griboyedov also spelled Griboedov, (born Jan. 4 [Jan. 15, New Style], 1795, Moscow, Russia—died Jan. 30 [Feb. 11], 1829, Tehrān, Iran), Russian playwright whose comedy Gore ot uma ( Wit Works Woe) is one of the finest in Russian literature.

Griboyedov was a graduate of Moscow University, and he led an active and eventful life; he joined the hussars during the war of 1812 against Napoleon and served in White Russia. After resigning his commission in 1816, he lived in St. Petersburg, where he joined the diplomatic service and was appointed secretary in the Russian mission in Tehrān. A friend of Aleksandr Pushkin and a sympathizer with the Decembrist revolt of 1825 against Nicholas I, he was arrested in the following year but soon released. In 1828 he was appointed Russian minister in Tehrān. He died there at the hands of a mob that attacked the Russian embassy.

Although Griboyedov left an interesting correspondence and several plays, which include Molodye suprugi (1815; “Young Married People”) and Student (1817; “The Student”), his reputation rests on a single work—Gore ot uma (1822–24; Wit Works Woe, 1933), a satirical play in rhymed iambic lines of varying length. Production of the play was prohibited and only fragments of it were published during Griboyedov’s lifetime. To Russians it has become their most important play, with the possible exception of Gogol’s Revizor. The style is a masterpiece of conciseness, colloquialism, and wit, so that many of Griboyedov’s lines have become proverbial. The same is true of many of the characters: Chatski, the hero, and especially those through which Griboyedov satirizes the old-fashioned Russia of bribery, place-seeking, and pomposity. Together with Pushkin’s hero Yevgeny Onegin, Chatski is the first example in Russian literature of the “superfluous man,” a type much discussed later by critics.

This article was most recently revised and updated by Amy Tikkanen.

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Biography of A.S. Griboyedov.

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Griboyedov Alexander Sergeevich (1795 – 1829). This man was talented in everything. He knew 9 languages, composed music and was a virtuoso pianist, proved himself well in the diplomatic service. And at the age of 29, he wrote a play that has not left the theater stage for almost 200 years.

Alexander Sergeyevich Griboyedov was born in Moscow in 1795. The father was a retired officer with Polish roots; the surname is a Russified version of the surname Grzybowski. Like many young people of his circle, Griboyedov graduated from Moscow University, and during the Patriotic War of 1812 he enlisted in the army. He served until 1816, retiring with the rank of cornet.

He devoted his free time to the joys of life, romances with actresses. However, having the talent to win people over, he became close to many famous personalities of that time. Acquaintances led him to a Masonic lodge. Griboyedov was in it until his death, and tried to adapt European Freemasonry to Russian realities.

Service in the College of Foreign Affairs was marked by a «quarter duel». Both debaters and seconds were shooting: the conflict over the actress ended with the death of one of the duelists. Griboyedov himself was shot in the arm, having lost a finger.

Before the tsar, who sent duelists to jail, the novice diplomat was rehabilitated by a successful mission in Persia. The agreement, signed largely thanks to his efforts, brought Russia half of Armenia and a large contribution.

In 1824, Griboyedov completed the comedy «Woe from Wit», in which he bitterly criticizes the Moscow aristocracy. The publication faces difficulties, only its individual parts are printed and the work goes in handwritten copies. In full, the play was published only in 1860.

After a two-year break, Alexander Sergeyevich returned to Persia, then served in the Caucasus, until his arrest in 1826. The Empire survived an attempted coup, and a diplomat familiar with many Decembrists came under suspicion. General Ermolov, the governor in the Caucasus, helped him escape punishment. However, unspoken police supervision was established.

Having gone as an ambassador to Persia, Alexander Sergeevich stopped in Tiflis, where he met 16-year-old Princess Nino Chavchavadze. After the wedding, they were together for only a few weeks. At the end of January, Griboyedov died defending the Russian embassy. And Nino wore mourning for 28 years, until she went to heaven after her beloved spouse.