Valery Bryusov, a chronological table of the life and work of a Russian poet, prose writer, playwright is set out in this article.
Valery Bryusov chronological table
Bryusov is one of the founders of Russian symbolism.
1873, 1 (December 13) - Valery Yakovlevich Bryusov was born in Moscow in a middle class merchant family.
1885–1893 - study at the gymnasium.
1893 - the first literary experiments. Passion for Verlaine's poetry. Drama Decadents (End of Century).
1893–1899 - study at the historical and philological faculty of Moscow University.
1894–1895 - publishes three collections of Russian Symbolists. The third collection contains the poem “Close your pale legs”.
1895 - the release of the first collection of poems "Chefs d'oeuvre" ("Masterpieces").
1897 - release of the second collection of poems “Me eum esse” (“This is me”). The collection opens with the poem "The Young Poet."
1900 - the third collection of poems “Tertia Vigilia” (“The Third Guard”) is published by the Scorpion publishing house - the “urban” stage of Bryusov’s work.
1903 - a collection of "Urbi et Orbi" ("City and Peace").
1904 - the drama "Earth".
1904–1909 - becomes the actual editor of the monthly journal Libra, the main organ of Russian symbolism.
1905 - the collection "Wreath".
1907 - prose storybook "Earth Axis".
1914 - sent to the front as a war correspondent for Russian News.
1915 - at the invitation of M. Gorky, begins to collaborate in the journal Chronicle.
1917–1919 - Head of the Press Registration Committee.
1919–1921 - Chairman of the Presidium of the All-Russian Union of Poets.
1919 - admitted to the RCP (b).
1921 - organized the Higher Literary and Art Institute (VLHI).
1920-1924 - publishes five collections (“Last Dreams”, “On Such Days”, “Mig”, “Dali”, “Mea”).
October 9, 1924 - Valery Bryusov died in Moscow.