Alexander Vvedensky (poet)

Alexander Vvedensky (date unknown) Alexander Ivanovich Vvedensky (; 1904–1941) was a Russian poet and dramatist with formidable influence on "unofficial" and avant-garde art during and after the times of the Soviet Union. Vvedensky is widely considered (among contemporary Russian writers and literary scholars) as one of the most original and important authors to write in Russian in the early Soviet period. Vvedensky considered his own poetry "a critique of reason more powerful than Kant's." Provided by Wikipedia
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...Введенский, Александр Иванович, 1904-1941....
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...Введенский, Александр Иванович, 1904-1941....
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...Введенский, Александр Иванович, 1904-1941,...
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...Введенский, Александр Иванович, 1904-1941....
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...Введенский, Александр Иванович, 1904-1941...
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