Fedorov, Boris Mikhailovich
(writer, poet, 1794-1875).
The peasant officer, or the news of the expulsion of the French from Moscow: a drama in two acts / op. Boris Fedorov. - In St. Petersburg: In the Imperial Printing House, 1813. - , 49 p. - On the back of the tit. L.: The seal is allowed to St. Petersburg on February 6, 1813. Censor State Councilor and Chevalier Iv. Timkovsky. To His Excellency! To the Acting State Councilor, the St. Petersburg Vice-Governor and various Orders to Kavaler, Fyodor Petrovich Apochinin dedicates himself diligently. Original. A copy of the St. Petersburg State Theater Library with stamps: Central Library. Directorate of the Imp. theaters - stamp round red; Library Imper. St. Petersburg. theaters - a stamp round black. The play takes place in the Vladimir province. The characters are peasants. Farmer Fyodor, who is mourned as a deceased, returns in the officer's rank received from Borodin from MI Kutuzov: along with his comrades, he took the wounded Bagration from the battlefield, himself seriously wounded. The play depicts military events, tells about the battle of Borodino, shows the mind, courage, patriotism of the peasants, the popularity of Kutuzov in the peasant environment
1. Patriotic War of 1812 (collection). 2. The people (the collection). 3. Patriotic War - Fiction - Vladimir province - 1812. 4. Russian plays - 19 - beginning. 20th centuries.