|Birth Day:||December 9, 1891|
|Death Date:||May 25, 1917 (age 25)|
|Birth Place:||Minsk, Belarus|
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Belarus-born poet known for his poetry collection Vianok and his novel Muzyka. Also a prominent translator, he produced Belarusian versions of the works of such renowned writers as Heinrich Heine, Paul Verlaine, Horace, and Ovid.
As per our current Database, Maksim Bahdanovic died on May 25, 1917 (age 25).
He was an active participant in the Revolution of 1905. Two years later, he published his debut novel.
In 1892 the family moved to Hrodna where Maksim's father received a job at local bank. Soon after the move the future poet's mother, Maria, died of tuberculosis in 1896.
In 1896 Adam Bahdanovič moved with his children to Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. At that time Maksim wrote his first poems in the Belarusian language. In 1902 Bahdanovič attended a gymnasium. During the Revolution of 1905 he was an active participant of the strikes organised by his commilitodes.
In 1907 Nasha Niva came out with Bahdanovič's first published work — the novel Muzyka.
In June 1908 the poet's family moved to Yaroslavl'. After finishing school in 1911 Bahdanovič went to Belarus to meet important figures of the Belarusian Renaissance: Vaclau Lastouski, Ivan Luckievich and Anton Luckievich. In the same year he began studying of law at a Yaroslavl' lyceum. During his studies Bahdanovič worked at a newspaper, wrote numerous works of literature and was actively published in both Belarus and Russia.
In February 1917 Bahdanovič went to Crimea to be treated for tuberculosis. The treatment was unsuccessful, and that year he died in Yalta.
The poet's papers were kept at his father's house, but the collection was heavily damaged during the Russian Civil War in 1918.
Maksim's mother died of tuberculosis, a disease that later claimed his own life.
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