Mihail Lermontov was born on the 15(th) of October in 1814 near Pyatigorsk
Слайд 3: Lermontov ‘s parents
His father, capitan Yuri Petrovich Lermontov (1787-1831), His mother - Maria M., nee. Arsenyeva (1795-1817).
Слайд 4: Childhood of a poet
The childhood of the poet was held in the Arsenyev's estate Tarkhany in Penza province. In the summer of 1825, the grandmother had got Lermontov to the Caucasus; children's experiences of Caucasian nature and life of the mountain peoples remained in his early works ("the Caucasus," 1830; "the Blue mountains of the Caucasus, I welcome you!..", 1832).
Слайд 5: Lermontov in Moscow
In 1827 the family moved to Moscow, and in 1828, Lermontov is credited with pansiona 4-th class of the Moscow University noble boarding school, where he received a liberal education. Already in Tarkhany, Lermontov's keen interest in literature and poetic creativity. Already the pension is determined by the preferred orientation of Lermontov, A. S. Pushkin, Byronic poem. Byronic poem becomes the basis of early works by Lermontov.
Sushkova is associated with the lyrical loop 1830 ["To Sushkova", "Beggar", "Stanzas" ("Look how my eyes..."), "Night," "Imitation of Byron" ("At your feet don't..."), "I do not love you: passion..."]. Apparently, the Lermontov is experiencing even more severe, albeit short-term sense.. F. Ivanova (1813-1875), daughter of playwright F. F. Ivanov.
Слайд 7: Lermontov in St.Petersburg
1834 - Lermontov defined in the life-guard hussar regiment, standing in Tsarskoye Selo. The main time Lermontov spent in St. Petersburg.
Слайд 8: Lermontov in Caucasus
In February, 1837. for the poem "death of a poet" (a response to the death of Alexander Pushkin) was transferred with the same rank in the Nizhny Novgorod Dragoon regiment in the Caucasus. There was an acquaintance of Lermontov and Belinsky and exiled Decembrists.
3 Jan 1838. Lermontov returned from exile. At this time was published "the Song about merchant Kalashnikov...", "Tambov Treasurer", "Duma", "the Poet", "Three palm trees"..
18 Feb 1840. for the duel with the son of a French Ambassador De barante was arrested and imprisoned in the Ordinance-Gauss, and then again sent to the Caucasus. In the Caucasus, Lermontov took part in all military operations, "surprising his prowess old Caucasian dzhigits."