Troinitsky Russian literature: writers, who lived threePictolic
We already know the concept of "polyamory family" that consists of more than two people (and no, we are not talking about children or grandparents). It seems that this phenomenon is not completely new, but in fact the so-called strange family existed for a long time. You do not even know who famous people the three of us lived...
Outset that the term "Swedish family" exists only in the Russian language and to the real Sweden has no relation. The rest of the world polyamorous family is usually called a ménage à trois — literally "household for three". Living in such a way, in intimate proximity with each other can include all participants or only some of them.
Nikolai Nekrasov and Panaeva
"All was not angered by the fact that Nekrasov was megalab, polygamist, unable to odnoznachnoi love. These are almost all lyrics...," wrote Korney Chukovsky in his article "a Friend of the poet."
In collaboration with Panaewa Nekrasov wrote several novels — Avdotya then wrote under a male pseudonym, which was customary in those days. According to rumors, Nekrasov repeatedly arranged Panaewa jealousy, but the dispute has not prevented the partners to live together for 16 years — until his death panaeva.
During this time, Avdotya managed to get pregnant from Nekrasov, but, unfortunately, the child died shortly afterwards. After the death of Avdotya panaeva and Nicholas, too, have lived together for long. Apparently, the "third" in their bizarre friendship was not superfluous.
In the obituary printed in the "contemporary" (1862, No. 2), Chernyshevsky wrote: "...panaeva loved by all who knew him: there was so much in him of kindness, softness and the appeal, which is communicated to man by the predominance in him of mental properties..."
Ivan Turgenev and Viardot: "on the edge of someone else's nest"
Louis Viardot, the famous French writer and art historian, and the Opera diva Pauline Garcia were married in 1840. He was already forty, and the girl twenty. They were introduced by the writer George sand, who, although was a close friend of Louis, still recognized that he was "as dull as a night cap."
For attachment to a "damn Gypsy" mother three years did not give him money. Turgenev traveled to Europe: in Berlin, then London, Paris, tour in France again in Saint Petersburg, all the while living in the family Viardo "at the edge of someone else's nest", according to his own statements. In the early 1860-ies of the family Viardot settled in Baden-Baden, and with it Turgenev ("Villa Tourgueneff"). Thanks to the family Viardot and Ivan Turgenev their Villa became the most interesting musical and artistic center.
Mayakovsky, Osia and "Muse of Russian avant-garde"
"Volodya did not just fall in love with me — he attacked me, it was an attack. Two and a half years I did not have any free minutes — literally. I was frightened by his aggressiveness, the growth of its mass, irrepressible, unbridled passion. His love was boundless," wrote about Mayakovsky his Muse Lilya Brik.
In their suicide notes called Mayakovsky Lilya Brik and Veronika Polonskaya, as well as his mother and sisters members of his family, and the poems asked me to convey to Audiences.
Alexander Ivanovich Herzen was a Russian poet, philosopher and a man of very free views. In 1838 he married his cousin, Natalya Zakharina, and for seven years, Natalia bore him six children, three of whom, however, died almost immediately after birth.
In 1850, Natalia gave birth to a daughter Olga. Herzen, although he doubted paternity, never opened this was not recognized.
By 1851 the couple reconciled, but in November the family was waiting for a great tragedy: the wreck of the ship, killed their son, eight-year-old Nicholas, born deaf and dumb, the mother of Alexander, and tutor the boy. Unable to cope with the loss, the 34-year-old Natalia dies in premature childbirth.