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Dmitri Aleksandrovich Kryuchkov (1887-?) Russian: дмитри александрович крючков

A poet of Ego-Futurism in Russia in the 1910's. Much of his poetry had themes of landscapes and religion. His first book of poetry was entitled "Padun Nemolchnyi" (The Incessant Faller) published in 1913. His second book of poetry was entitled "Tsvety Ledyanye" (Icy Flowers) and was published in 1914, featuring poems exclusively about Winter landscapes. As Ego-Futurism eventually dissipated, Kryuchkov faded into obscurity along with other poets of this movement.


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