Russia. Pavel Grabovsky – Ukrainian poet, revolutionary. Illustrated Envelop with special cancellation

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Pavel Grabovsky – Ukrainian poet, revolutionary

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Description Pavel Arsenyevich Grabovsky – Ukrainian poet, revolutionary. He studied at the Kharkov Theological Seminary. He was a member of the Kharkov group “Black repartition”. About 20 years spent in prisons and exile. One of the prominent representatives of the Ukrainian revolutionary-democratic poetry of the 80s-90s, a follower of the traditions of T. G. Shevchenko. The author of collections of poems: “Snowdrop” (1894), “From another’s field” (1895), “From the north” (1896), “Share” (1897), “Kobza” (1898). Considered literature as a means of combating injustice, social evil. His poems about the hard life of working people (“Worker”, “Seamstress”, “Orphan”) are imbued with revolutionary pathos. He exalted the struggle against tsarism, wrote about the thorny path of revolutionaries (“In Prison”, “Prison Duma”, “Friends”, “Not once did we go on the road”, “Forward”). His poetic language is simple, emotional. He is the author of articles about T. G. Shevchenko, N. G. Chernyshevsky, A. S. Pushkin, I. 3. Surikov, F. M. Reshetnikov, translations into Ukrainian of world classics. His letters are passionate polemical speeches against liberalism and nationalism. In the letters of 1900-1902, containing a controversy with B. Grinchenko, with his ideas of culturalism, spoke in favor of the ideas of Marxism.
Type Illustrated Envelop with special cancellation “125 years anniversary”
Condition: Good
Edges/Corners Fine
Used/Unused Special cancellation Sumy, 11.09.1989
Published by/for: Ministry of Communications, 1989

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