Lermontov was called “Russian national poet” by Russian literary critic Belinsky. His poetry and prose are almost exclusively for women. These women loved him and committed himself to him, but there were very few people who knew him. The woman who shared the feelings of heaven with him was even more unique.
Around 1830, when Lermontov returned home, he met Ivanova, the daughter of the writer Ivanov. When Lemmantov first saw it, his heart jumped: Ivanova was beautiful and unique. However, Lermontov’s friends are not optimistic about Ivanova. Sure enough, my friends did a good job. At first she was in good contact with Lermontov, but gradually he felt her inner coldness.
It turned out that Ivanova had another love, she felt that the man was clearer than Lermontov’s mind and decided to live for the rest of his life. But Lermontov was completely ignorant of her thoughts and decisions. He stupidly wrote a lot of love poems to her and poured her passion into her. In the end, Lermontov learned that she had another love and felt extremely humiliated. He decided to retaliate against Ivanova and at the same time wrote a poem to curse her. At this time, he feels the love of the first love object Lobhinna is the most sincere.
The daughter of the Ukrainian landlord, Shelbatova, is tall and tall, slender and graceful, with a bronzed hair, a good face and a very educated. In 1837, Shelbatova was married. In the following year, her husband died of illness and she kept her.
In 1839, she met Lermontov at the salon of the writer Karamsim. There is no historical data to show how deep the love between them is, but soon after they met, Lermontov’s intention to give birth to the family was true. Lermontov said excitedly to her: “I am full of melancholy telling you that I love you, so I will see the ordinary day as precious.”
In 1840, Bartlett, the son of the French ambassador, played Shebbatova. Lermontov was filled with indignation, and he clashed with him, almost to the point of duel, but eventually reconciled. Lermontov was first arrested and later transferred to the arduous Caucasian Infantry Regiment.
The writer Turgenev said that Shelbatova is really interested in Lermontov: “She smiles with tears and loves Lermontov.” Lermontov knows this and writes “Why” Wait for the poem to be dedicated to this beautiful Ukrainian woman.
In the early 1930s, Lermontov was also obsessed with Rostovzina. She is the sister of Sushkov, a classmate of Lermontov boarding school, and Lermontov writes her famous poem “The Cross on the Hill” (1830). But at the beginning of 1841, their relationship came to an abrupt end – Lermontov was transferred to the Caucasus for service. Before leaving, Lermontov presented a photo album to Rostovzina, the warm poem “I believe: under the stars” that the poet gave her.
On the occasion of the summer of 1841, Lermontov met his cousin Vikowitz in Pyatigorsk, and he fell in love with her. He said that the bronzed face of Vikowitz and the dark scorpion made him crazy. But the insider said that Lermontov is not only obsessed with the appearance of the cousin, but because her demeanor is too similar to Lobhinna. Therefore, the emotion between him and his cousin is illusory.
Despite the illusion, Vikowitz had a wonderful time with Lermontov. She eventually also attended the funeral of Lermontov.
Lermontov is sentimental and talented. He longed for the warmth of women’s warmth, and the women understood, recognized and respected him, but he searched for nothing and finally found nothing. Love brings him more hurt and pain, but Lermontov still loves women and obsessively expects their response…