Aj mein ny kuch nhi likha


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Munawar Akash

Daniil Kharms (Russian: Дании́л Ива́нович Хармс; 30 December [O.S. 17 December] 1905 – 2 February 1942) was an early Soviet-era avant-gardist and absurdist poet, writer and dramatist.[1]

Daniil Ivánovich Yuvachev or Yuvachyov (Даниил Иванович Ювачёв) was born in St. Petersburg, into the family of Ivan Yuvachev, a member of the revolutionary group The People’s Will. By the time of his son’s birth, the elder Yuvachev had already been imprisoned for his involvement in subversive acts against Tsar Alexander III and had become a philosopher.

Daniil invented the pseudonym Kharms while attending Saint Peter’s School. It’s a word game made out by two words- to harm and to charm. Also there are some assumptions that this might have been influenced by his fascination with Arthur Conan Doyle‘s Sherlock Holmes, as the two words (Holmes and Harms) start and end similarly, as well as a number of other theories.[2] While at Saint Peter’s, he learned the rudiments of both English and German, and it may have been the English “harm” and “charm” that he incorporated into “Kharms”.[3] Throughout his career, Kharms used variations on this name and the pseudonyms DanDan, Khorms, Charms, Shardam, and Kharms-Shardam, among others.

In 1924, he entered the Leningrad Electrotechnicum, from which he was expelled for “lack of participation in socially conscious activities”.[citation needed] (Wikipedia )


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