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Authors are “mixed” without prejudice or relation to the language in which they write, wrote, or had written. The arrangement is numerical and right now, classic Russian poets tend to dominate. Eventually, there’ll be a separate list for poets who wrote in English, a different list for those who created their work in Russian, and a third one for Francophone poets, but for the time being, we’ve got just one megalist.

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9137 posts
Poetry in Russian is a collective member or a member collective representing several centuries worth of Russian poetic heritage. Poetry in Russian strives to include poets who are important but perhaps are not as prolific as the major classical authors.
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1604 posts
Valery Yakovlevich Bryusov (1873-1924). Briussoff, Bryusoff, Briousoff, Valeri, Russian Russian poet and novelist, playwright, translator, literary critic, one of the founders of Russian symbolism,
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1182 posts
Robert Burns, (born January 25, 1759, Alloway, Ayrshire, Scotland—died July 21, 1796, Dumfries, Dumfriesshire), national poet of Scotland. He wrote lyrics, ballads and songs in Scots and in English. He was also notable for his amorous adventures and his rebellion against religion and morality.
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885 posts
Alexander Blok (1880-1921), also Block, was a Russian poet, writer, publicist, playwright, translator and literary critic. A classic of Russian literature.
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810 posts
Alexander Pushkin (1799-1937) was a Russian poet, playwright and prose writer, founder of the realistic trend in Russian literature, literary critic and theorist of literature, historian, publicist, journalist; one of the most important cultural figures in Russia in the first third of the 19th century.
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777 posts
Omar Khayyam ( Persian: عمر خیّام‎ 18 May 1048 – 4 December 1131) was a Persian polymath, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet- He was born in Neyshabur, in northeastern Persia, and was contemporary with the rule of the Seljuks around the time of the First Crusade.
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650 posts
Georgy Ivanov (George, Georges, Ivanoff, Iwanoff, 1894-1958) was a great Russian poet and fiction author, member of the last Gumilev's "workshop of poets"
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434 posts
William Shakespeare (bapt. 26 April 1564 – 23 April 1616) was an English playwright, poet, and actor, widely regarded, some say unjustly, as the greatest writer in the English language and, at least in the Anglophone world, as the world's greatest dramatist.
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420 posts
Adelaida Kazimirovna Gertsyk (von Herzig) (1872, Aleksandrov, Vladimir province, Russia - 1925, Sudak, Crimea, Soviet Russia, Russia) - Russian poetess, prose writer, translator, also known under the pseudonym Sirin, a victim of the Bolshevik regime, she was a brilliant and still much underestimated author.
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  1. Pégase (ca. 1895)? by Bertrand-Jean Redon, better known as Odilon Redon (France, 1840-1916)   []