“A deception that elevates us is dearer than a host of low truths” — Alexander Pushkin.
Today May 26 Ethiopians and Eritreans are united in their celebration of Alexander Pushkin.
Both countries are united in calling Pushkin their own.
Alexander Pushkin is considered Russia’s most famous of literary poet-writers of the early nineteenth century.
Pushkin died from a bullet, sustained in a dual, on February 10, 1837, in St. Petersburg, Russia.
(Photo: Pushkin statue in Asmara, Eritrea. A similar one stands in Addis Ababa.)



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