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Yevgeny Abramovich Baratynsky (1800–1844)

Baratynsky, Yevgeny Abramovich (bä-rä-tin’skē). A Russian poet (1800–44); served in the army, and afterwards lived on an estate near Moscow until 1843, when he set out to travel; the year following he suddenly died in Naples. His best-known works are: ‘Eda’ (1826), a delineation of Finnish character and nature; and ‘The Gipsy,’ a picture from Russian high life.