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Vladimir mayakovsky mayakovsky in 1924. Born vladimir vladimirovich mayakovsky 19 july [ o. S. 7 july] 1893 baghdati, kutais governorate, russian empire died 14 april 1930 ( 1930-04-14) (aged 36) moscow, soviet union citizenship russian empire, soviet union alma mater stroganov moscow state university of arts and industry, moscow school of painting, sculpture and architecture period 1912–1930 literary movement russian futurism. Vladimir mayakovsky's voice. Vladimir mayakovsky reading his poem an extraordinary adventure, 1920. Vladimir vladimirovich mayakovsky ( / ˌ m ɑː j ə ˈ k ɔː f s k i, ˈ k ɒ f-/;  russian: влади́совет влади́мирович маяко́вский; 19 длинные волосы тонкие волосы прически фото july [ o. S. 7 july] 1893 – 14 april 1930) was a russian soviet poet, playwright, artist, and actor. During his early, pre revolution period leading into 1917, mayakovsky became renowned as a prominent figure of the russian futurist movement, being among the signers of the futurist manifesto, a slap in the face of public taste (1913), and authoring poems such as a cloud in trousers (1915) and backbone flute (1916). Mayakovsky produced a large and diverse body of work during the course of his career: he wrote poems, wrote and directed plays, appeared in films, edited the art journal lef, and created agitprop posters in support of the communist party during the russian civil war. Though mayakovsky's work regularly demonstrated ideological and patriotic support for the ideology of the communist party and a strong admiration of vladimir lenin,   mayakovsky's relationship with the soviet state was always complex and often tumultuous.
Mayakovsky often found himself engaged in confrontation with the increasing involvement of the soviet state in cultural censorship and the development of the state doctrine of socialist realism. Works that contained criticism or satire of aspects of the soviet system, such as the poem "talking with the taxman about poetry" (1926), and the plays the bedbug (1929) and the bathhouse (1929), were met with scorn by the soviet state and literary establishment. In 1930 mayakovsky committed suicide. Even after death his relationship with the soviet state remained unsteady. Though mayakovsky had previously been harshly criticized by soviet governmental bodies like the russian association of proletarian writers (rapp), joseph stalin posthumously declared mayakovsky "the best and the most talented poet of our soviet epoch. " . клещ фото у кошек Contents. 1 life and career 1. 1 literary career 1. 1.
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2 plays 4. 3 essays and sketches 5 literature 6 references 7 external links. Life and career [ edit ]. . The house where mayakovsky was born. Vladimir vladimirovich mayakovsky was born in baghdati, kutais governorate, georgia, then part of the russian empire, to vladimir konstantinovich mayakovsky, a local forester, who belonged to a noble family and was a distant relative of the writer grigory danilevsky. Vladimir vladimirovich's mother alexandra alexeyevna (née pavlenko), was a housewife, looking after the children, a son and two daughters, olga and lyudmila (their brother konstantin died at the age of three). . . The mayakovskys in kutaisi. The family was of russian and zaporozhian cossack descent on their father's side and ukrainian on their mother's. фотки на аватарку крутые
 at home the family spoke russian. With his friends and at school mayakovsky used georgian. "i was born in the caucasus, my father is a cossack, my mother is ukrainian. My mother tongue is georgian. Thus three cultures are united in me," he told the prague newspaper prager presse in a 1927 interview.  georgia for mayakovsky remained the eternal symbol o...