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(15 Oct. 1814 – Jul 27, 1841), Russian romantic writer and poet, After studying at university, entered the military school in St. Petersburg. Initially influenced by Pushkin, in 1837 he dedicated the elegy The Poet's Death, in which he blamed the nobility for the mourning in which he found death, for which Lermontov had to go into exile in the Caucasus. That same year he published the romantic poem Canto del Tsar Ivan Vasilyevich, followed by the social satire The Wife of the Treasurer (1838) and the novel A Hero of Our Time (1840). This last work, which brings together certain autobiographical features in the figure of the protagonist, constitutes a harsh social critique and is key in the passage from Romanticism to realism in Russian literature. Also at this stage are the narrative poems The Novice (1840) and Demon (1841). Along with Pushkin, Lermontov is the most representative poet of Russian Romanticism. He died in a duel, too.