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• In 1914 in the children's magazine "small World" were first published poems of Yesenin.
• The first Yesenin’s book was published in 1916. It was called Radunitsa. Yesenin became one of the most famous poets in those days for his touching poesy about simple life and love.
• In September 1918, Yesenin founded his own publishing house called "Трудовая Артель Художников Слова".
• In 1924-1925 Esenin visited Azerbaijan, has released a collection of poems in the printing of the "Red East", published in the local publishing house. There is a version that here, in may 1925, was written a poetical "Epistle to the Evangelist Demian". Lived in the village of Mardakan (a suburb of Baku). Now here are his house-Museum and memorial plaque.
Sergey Yesenin (Esenin) (03.10.1895 - 27.12.1925) - Russian lyrical poet.
In 1913 he married Anna Izryadnova who was his colleague in the publishing house. They had a son.
When Yesenin moved to St. Petersburg he became acquainted with Klyuev who became his close friend. They lived together for some time. In 1916 he was drafted into the army till 1917. Yesenin was also confident that the October Revolution would be an incitement for a better life and he supported it but later was disappointed. Yesenin occasionally criticized the Bolshevik rule in his works.
In 1917 he married Zinaida Raikh who was an actress. It was his second marriage. They had 2 children, Tatyana and Konstantin. Subsequently Sergey and Zinaida fell out and did not live together. In 1921 they divorced. Their son became a prominent soccer statistician and Tatyana became a writer.
Later years and death