|Born||Pavel Grigoryevich Antokolsky
1 July 1896
St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
|Died||9 October 1978
Pavel Grigoryevich Antokolsky (Russian: Па́вел Григо́рьевич Антоко́льский; IPA: [ˈpavʲɪl ɡrʲɪˈɡorʲjɪvʲɪt͡ɕ ɐntɐˈkolʲskʲɪj] ( ); July 1, 1896, St. Petersburg, Russia – October 9, 1978, Moscow, USSR) - a Russian poet, a nephew of Mark Antokolsky. His poem, "All we who in his name..." was written in 1956, the year of Nikita Khrushchev's "secret speech" condemning Stalinism, and widely circulated among student groups in the 1950s.
Pavel Antokolsky translated in Russian story by V. Hugo Le Dernier jour d'un condamne.
- Pavel Antokolsky: The Official Web Site (in Russian)
- Collection of Poems by Pavel Antokolsky (English Translations)
- "Time Speaks"
- "All we who in his name...
- Павел Григорьевич Антокольский (Russian)
- Short biography (Russian)
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