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Mayakovsky, Vladimir, 1893-1930

LC control no.n 79021383
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LC classificationPG3476.M3 PG3476.M312
Personal name headingMayakovsky, Vladimir, 1893-1930
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Variant(s)Ma-ya-kʻo-fu-ssu-chi, 1893-1930
Magiakophski, Vladimir, 1893-1930
Magiakovskē, Vlantimir, 1893-1930
Magiakovski, Vlantimir, 1893-1930
Maiakóvski, Vladímir, 1893-1930
Mai︠a︡kovskiĭ, V. (Vladimir), 1893-1930
Mai︠a︡kovskiĭ, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1893-1930
Mai︠a︡kovskiĭ, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1894-1930
Maiakovsky, Vladimir, 1893-1930
Mai︠a︡kovsʹkyĭ, Volodymyr, 1893-1930
Majakovski, Vladimir, 1893-1930
Majakovskij, Vladimir, 1893-1930
Majakovskis, Vladimiras, 1893-1930
Majakowski, Wladimir, 1893-1930
Majakowski, Włodzimierz, 1893-1930
Mayakovsky, V. (Vladimir), 1893-1930
Mayakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1893-1930
Маяковський, Володимир, 1893-1930
Маяковский, В. (Владимир), 1893-1930
Маяковский, Владимир, 1893-1930
Маяковский, Владимир Владимирович, 1893-1930
מאיאקובסקי, ו.ו, 1893-1930
מיקובסקי, ולדימיר, 1893-1930
Other standard no.0000000120957668
Associated countryRussia
Soviet Union
United States
Georgia (Republic)
Birth date1893-07-19
Death date1930-04-14
Place of birthBagdatʻi (Georgia)
Place of deathMoscow (Russia)
Profession or occupationPoets, Russian
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Found inMaslin, N. N. Vladimír Majakovskij, 1950.
Parniewski, W. Majakowski, fascynacja i opór, 1981: t.p. (Majakowski) p. 5 (Włodzimierz Majakowski)
Barybin, E.S. Poi︠u︡ moe otechestvo, 1981: t.p. (stikhi V. Mai︠a︡kovskogo)
Briggs, A.D.P. Vladimir Mayakovsky, a tragedy, 1979: p. 2 (d. 4-14-30) p. 5 (b. 7-7-1893)
Bolʹsh. sov. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 3rd. ed.: v. 15, p. 542 (Mai︠a︡kovskiĭ, Vladimir Vladimirovich; b. 7(19)-7-1893, d. 4-14-30)
Enc. Amer., 1983 (Mayakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich, b. 7-19-1893, d. 4-14-30)
Encyc. Brit., 15th. ed. (Mayakovsky, Vladimir (Vladimirovich), b. 7-19-1893, d. 4-14-30)
Colliers, 1982: v. 15 (Mayakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich; 1893-1930)
V. Mai̐akovski vă Azărbai̐jan ădăbii̐i̐aty, 1983: p. 32 (Vladimir Mai̐akovski)
Petrov, A.P. Mai︠a︡kovskiĭ nachinaetsi︠a︡, 1987: t.p. (libretto ... V. Mai︠a︡kovskogo) added t.p. (V. Mayakovsky [in rom.])
Poemas, 1967: t.p. (Vladímir Maiakóvski)
Mayakovsky, V. Poiēmata, 1970: t.p. (Vlantimir Magiakovskē)
Pōs phtiachnontai ta poiēmata, 1988: t.p. (Vlantimir Magiakovski)
C'est de nous que parlait la terre, 1935: t.p. (Vladimir Maiakovsky)
Ho Magiakophski, 2011: p. 285 (Vladimir Magiakophski)
Wikidata, March 21, 2022 (given name: Vladimir; topic's main category: Category:Vladimir Mayakovsky; sex or gender: male; location of burial: Novodevichy Cemetery; Commons category: Vladimir Mayakovsky; place of birth: Baghdati; place of death: Moscow; country of citizenship: Russian Empire, Soviet Union, Russia; date of birth: +1893-07-07T00:00:00Z, +1893-07-19T00:00:00Z; date of death: +1930-04-14T00:00:00Z; occupation: poster artist, poet, actor, playwright, writer, artist, painter, journalist, stage actor, film actor, director, theatrical director, printmaker, film director, visual artist; instance of: human; Commons Creator page: Vladimir Mayakovsky; manner of death: suicide; work location: Saint Petersburg; movement: Russian Futurism, futurism; described by source: Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1969-1978), UbuWeb, Bio-bibliographic Dictionary of 20th-Century Russian Writers, Obalky, Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1926-1947); languages spoken or published: Russian; child: Helen Patricia Thompson; Commons gallery: Vladimir Mayakovsky; handedness: left-handedness; award received: Lenin Komsomol Prize; official website:,; native language: Russian; work period (start): +1912-00-00T00:00:00Z; cohabitant: Lilya Brik, Tatiana Yacovleff, Elli Jones, Veronika Polonskaya, Natalya Bryukhanenko; surname: Mayakovsky; significant event: Nazi book burnings; participant of: documenta 8; cause of death: ballistic trauma; educated at: Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry, Moscow School of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, School N⁰ 91 (Moscow); has works in the collection: Art Institute of Chicago, Tate, Museum of Modern Art, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam; member of political party: Russian Social Democratic Labour Party; genre: verse, narrative poetry, agitprop, play; work period (end): +1930-00-00T00:00:00Z; place of detention: Butyrka prison; writing language: Russian; copyright status as a creator: copyrights on works have expired; different from: Vladimir Mayakovsky; on focus list of Wikimedia project: WikiProject PCC Wikidata Pilot/Frick Art Reference Library; list of works: Vladimir Mayakovsky bibliography; artist files at: Frick Art Reference Library; alias: Maiakovski, Maiakovskii, Maiakovsky, Maiakowski, Majakovski, Majakovskij, Majakovskis, Majakovský, Majakowski, Majakowskij, Mayakovski, Mayakovsky, V.Majakovskij, Vladímir Galaktiónovich Korolenko, Vladimir Maiakóvsi, Vladimir Maiakovski, Vladimir Maiakovsky, Vladimir Maikovsky, Vladimir Majakovski, Vladimir Majakovskij, Vladimir Majakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovich Majakovski, Vladimir Mayakovksy, Vladimir Mayakovski, Vladimir Mayakovskiy, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Vladimir V. Majakovskij, Vladimir Vladimirovič Majakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovic Majakovskij, Vladimir Vladimiroviç Mayakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovic Mayakovskij, Vladimir Vladimirovič Mayakovsky, Vladímir Vladimírovich Maiakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovich Majakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovich Mayakovsky, Vladimir Vladimirovici Maiakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovitch Maiakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovitj Majakovskij, Vladimir Vladimirovitsj Majakovski, Vladimir Vladimirovitsj Majakovskij, Vladimirus Vladimiri filius Majakovskij, Vládmir Maiakovski, Wladimir Majakowski, Wladimir Wladimirowitsch Majakovskij, Włodzimierz Majakowski, Β. Β.
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