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Jewgenij Abramovich Baratynski Biography
Jewgenij Abramovich Baratynski (1800-1844), Russian poet, was educated at the royal school at St. Petersburg and then entered the army. He served for eight years in Finland, where he composed his first poem. Eda. Through the interest of friends he obtained leave from the tsar to retire from the army, and settled in 1827 near Moscow. There he completed his chief work, The Gipsy, a poem written in the style of Pushkin. He died in 1844 at Naples, to which he had gone for the sake of the milder climate.
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