Some articles on mayakovsky:

Semyon Kirsanov
... In 1925, Vladimir Mayakovsky published two of his poems in his Constructivist journal LEF, having met the younger poet on a visit to Odessa ... the same year, Kirsanov began an apprenticeship with Mayakovsky and the poet Nikolay Aseev and, in the public imagination, inherited his mentor's torch after Mayakovsky's death in ...
Russian Futurism
... joined by Vasily Kamensky and Velimir Khlebnikov, with Aleksey Kruchenykh and Vladimir Mayakovsky joining in 1911) issued a manifesto entitled A Slap in the Face of Public Taste ... Although many poets (Mayakovsky, Burlyuk) dabbled with painting, their interests were primarily literary ... In particular, Mayakovsky's poems, with their lyrical sensibility, appealed to a broad range of readers ...
Valentin Kataev - Life and Works
... Its title was taken from a poem by Vladimir Mayakovsky ... comparable to the two poets in this narrative (Bunin and Mayakovsky) who are compelled, finally and irrevocably, either to accept or reject the role offered to them by the new social order" ... When I ran into Vladimir Mayakovsky in one of the editorial offices I showed him the letter from abroad ...
Lilya Brik - After Mayakovsky's Death
... to Joseph Stalin, Lilya Brik complained that Mayakovsky's poetic heritage was getting neglected ... Mayakovsky is still the best and the most talented poet of our Soviet epoch ...
Mayakovski, Armenia
... / 40.25222 44.63833 For other uses, see Mayakovsky (disambiguation) ... also Romanized as Mayakovskiy and Mayakovsky formerly, Shaab or Shahab) is a town in the Kotayk Province of Armenia ... was renamed in honor of the Soviet poet Vladimir Mayakovsky ...

Famous quotes containing the word mayakovsky:

    Too slow, the wagons of years,
    The oxen of days—too glum.
    Our god is the god of speed,
    Our heart—our battle-drum.
    —Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893–1930)

    Love’s boat has been shattered against the life of everyday. You and I are quits, and it’s useless to draw up a list of mutual hurts, sorrows, and pains.
    —Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893–1930)

    Comrade life,
    let us
    march faster,
    faster through what’s left
    of the five-year plan.
    —Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893–1930)