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Lev Meï (1822–1862)

Meï, Lev Aleksandrovich (mā’ē). A Russian poet; born at Moscow, Feb. 13, 1822; died at St. Petersburg, May 16, 1862. He was long in the government employ at St. Petersburg. He wrote a modern rendering of ‘The Tale of the Troop of Igor’; the historical dramas ‘The Tsar’s Bride’ (1849); ‘Servilia’ (1854); ‘The Women of Pskov’ (1860); numerous short poems, etc.