Biography of Ivan Dmitriev

Born: 30 July 1915, Vyshny Volochyok, Russia

Died: 23 October 2003, Saint Petersburg, Russia

SpouseAleksandra Delvin (1940)

EducationRussian State Institute of Performing Arts

AwardsMedal “For the Defence of Leningrad”

Ivan Ivanovich Dmitriev 21 September 1760 – 15 October was a Russian legislator and writer-related to sentimentalist development in Russian writing.

Dmitriev was conceived at his dad’s home in the legislature of Simbirsk. As a result of the revolt of Yemelyan Pugachev, the family needed to escape to Saint Petersburg, and there Ivan was entered at the school of the Semenov Guards, a short time later got a post in the military help. On the increase of Paul I to the majestic seat, he quit the military with the title of colonel; and his arrangement as procurator for the senate was not long after denied for the situation of privy councilor.

During the four years from 1810 to 1814 he filled in as clergyman of equity under Emperor Alexander I yet at the end of this period he resigned into private life. However, he lived over twenty years, he never again got down to business, yet involved himself with his abstract works and the assortment of books and masterpieces.

In the matter of language, he agreed with Karamsin and did great help by his pen against the Old Slavonic gathering. His sonnets incorporate tunes, tributes, parodies, stories, epistles, and others, just as the tales—incompletely unique and somewhat deciphered from La Fontaine, Florian, and Arnault—on which his popularity mostly rests. A few of his verses have gotten altogether mainstream from the status with which they can be sung; and a short dramatic-epic sonnet on Yermak, the Cossack vanquisher of Siberia, is notable.

His works possess three volumes in the initial five versions; in the sixth (Saint Petersburg, 1823) there are just two. His journals, to which he dedicated the most recent long stretches of his life, were distributed in Moscow in 1866.

Ivan Dmitriyev had a heavenly profession as a phase entertainer. For quite a while he worked at different stage organizations in Leningrad, for example, the Theater of Comedy and Theater of the Baltic Fleet. From 1948 to 1973 he was a perpetual individual from the group and the main entertainer at the Theater of Komissarzhevskoi in St. Petersburg. There his stage accomplices were such entertainers as Alisa Freyndlikh, Galina Korotkevich, Ivan Krasko, Vladimir Chestnokov, Valentina Chemberg, Tamara Abrosimova, Natalya Chetverikova, Tatiana Samarina, Sergey Boyarsky, Nikolay Boyarskiy, Yefim Kamenetsky, Mikhail Khrabrov, Stanislav Landgraf, Georgiy Korolchuk, Vladimir Osobik, Boris Sokolov, Pyotr Shelokhonov, and other prominent Russian entertainers. There, Ivan Dmitriyev showed up in different works of art and contemporary plays under such chiefs, as Leonid Vivien, Aleksandr Belinsky, Zinovi Korogodsky, Igor Vladimirov, and Ruben Agamirzyan.

Ivan Dmitriyev was assigned People’s Artist of the USSR (1980). He additionally showed going about as a teacher at the Institute of Theater, Music, and Cinematography. He passed on of a cardiovascular breakdown on 23 October 2003, in St. Petersburg, and was let go in the Necropolis of Masters of Art “Literatorskie Mostki” at the Volkovo Cemetery in St. Petersburg, Russia.

“Liberation of Moscow” is one of his most regarded work

…And you, our champion, will live for the ages,

As our honor, our glory, and a paragon to all!

There, where the mountains prop up the clouds,

A multitude of sonorous rivers will spring up,

And from the millstone a mighty forest emerge;

Verdant gardens will burgeon upon the plains

And cities will arise and vanish, with time;

An infinity of new marvels nature will create;

Be they revealed to our astonished gaze;

A new light will illuminate the cosmos,

And the warrior, heartened by your blood,

Remembering you will become in his pride

Greater ingrained, and further, confirmed

In his unshakable love for our fatherland!

Indeed, He was a man of wise words and so was he portray of work in front of the readers.