Kozma Prutkov

Kozma Prutkov

Kosma Prutkow (russisch: Козьма Петрович Прутков) ist das Sammelpseudonym vier russischer Schriftsteller: Alexei Konstantinowitsch Tolstoi (Cousin des bekannteren Lew Tolstoi) und die drei Vetter Alexander, Alexei und Wladimir Schemtschuschnikow. Als Kosma Prutkow publizierten sie in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts parodistische und literaturkritische Texte, von denen heute hauptsächlich die Aphorismen bekannt sind.


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