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Little Gabdulla was left to Sharifa, a poor old woman. Tukay was a patriot of his nation The name of the Great writer is related to the different suppositions.

The Magic of Tukay’s Poetry

In hospital Tuqay became interested in Tolstoy’s legacy again, devoting to him two verses. Either your spring, or your autumn and hot summer and winter, And white stockings, bast shoes, and onuchas, and pouch. The tanners, butchers, representatives of tailoring and furriery were among them. That period his most prominent verses devoted to the social themes and patriotism were composed: This abvullah of Tukay, in particular, is misinterpreted and Soviet authors present him as an atheist[5].

The train moved from the hospital located at the crossroads of the streets now called Ostrovsky and Kavy Nadzhmy to the Tatar cemetery in Novo-Tatarskaya Suburb. In literature classes he became acquainted with Ottoman and Chagatay poetry, which influenced him profoundly.


On the occasion of his 19th anniversaryHarbin With sacred tears I string perls on my cheeks; Mt soul wbdullah purified totally, I read faith and become a believer; The ease of comfort descends: Being influenced by them, he wrote his passionate op-ed articles inin which he ruthlessly exposed the defenders of the previous politics.

More and more verses were banned; some of them were published only after the October Revolution. The First State Duma was dismissed, the revolution came to naught. If I burn in the fire of longing and sorrow: His painted world is ruled by the atmosphere of fairy tale, fantasy, mystics, and irreality.

The most of published works were written by Tuqay, of course. Sometimes he travelled trying to get rid of dispiriting atmosphere of Kazan. Numerous fanciful images of Shurale were made from naturally curved tree roots. He tried to get rid of frothy speakers and slanderers. Folk Literaturewrote thirty feuilletons and printed twenty books, not only with own tkkay, but also compiled of folk songs. He visited the “Mutiullah” madrasa and attended for some years a Russian school.

He was advised to take a course in Switzerland, but he refused and after farewell party moved to Ufa again, and then to Troitsk.

He was five months old when his father died.

Their verses won the heart of this young poet. Tukay worked on these publications actively, first as typesetter then as editor; his first poems were published here. The avant-garde style can be traced in works by Pleshchinsky.


The Magic of Tukay’s Poetry | Gabdulla Tukay

In all freedoms, gained by revolution came to naught under Stolypin ‘s policy. The name of the great poet was given to the former Chelny district of Tatarstan. Writing poems, articles, and translating every number of the magazine, he spent days and nights in the printing house. Some of his respectable poems were even published in the difficult years of the Great Patriotic War So, he became an orphan early. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.

As for Tuqay’s personal life, there is known little about it. In terms of style, the filigree carving with masterly cut plots and images of characters have something in common with aquarelle works.

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The poem was rather panegyrical, so the vulgar-sociological critique of the early s, based on this poem, proclaimed Tuqay to be a pan-Islamist and Tsarist. Fairy tales and poems of Tukay were illustrated by many well-known graphic artists.

He returned to Kazan and renowned his literature and publishing activity.