The arbiter of fate: How did the famous Russian writers of the Silver age get a start in life thanks to Zinaida hippius
Perhaps, there was no more controversial figure in the Russian literary society of the Silver age than Zinaida hippius. She was considered one of the most beautiful and intelligent women of the era, she was simultaneously praised and insulted, worshipped her and feared her sharp tongue. The poet was called a witch and sylph, but the most famous nickname was “satanasa”. She could mercilessly criticize writers and poets, but the approved Zinaida hippius could count on her protection.
Zinaida hippius from childhood wrote poetry and seriously planned to engage in literary activities. Because of the father’s service, the family often had to move from place to place, so the girl could not fully study, but filled the gaps in knowledge with governesses. Continue reading
The idea that life and art intersect is far from new. In most cases, these Parallels between fact and fiction seem harmless. However, there are situations when it begins to seem that this is not just a coincidence. In this review, a story about books and movies that turned out to be prophetic.
1. Carrie Fisher and the fate of Princess Leia
She is depicted with a bagel hairdo, in a fluttering white dress and with a Blaster in her hand. Indeed, the actress and writer Carrie Fisher is best remembered as the performer of the role of the cult heroine of Star wars, Princess Leia. Continue reading