Some contemporaries of Anna Akhmatova attributed the paternity of her only son, the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II. The poet was married to Nikolay Gumilev, but this did not prevent her contemporaries are actively discussing the rumors about the affair with the Emperor himself.
Anna Akhmatova never denied connection with the king
In her youth Akhmatova was very beautiful, besides, possessed flexibility and posture. Anna Andreevna always denied any connection with the poet Alexadra Unit, but what about when Nicholas II always pointedly silent.
Family life of the poet did not work
The only Akhmatova’s son Lev Gumilyov was born in 1912, but the marriage of the poetess was bursting at the seams. Two great authors find it difficult to get along together and they decided to leave. Perhaps the reason for the gap was that the real father Lev was Nicholas II.
The St. Petersburg-based researchers provide answers
Researchers Vladimir and Natalia Evseeva sure that the child Akhmatova had been from ENU. Experts believe that the incredible popularity of the works of Akhmatova is achieved through communication with the king.
Indirect confirmation of paternity
Literary critic Emma Gerstein gave an indirect confirmation of the connection of personalities. In her memoirs, “Notes on Anna Akhmatova” says that the poet hated the “gray-eyed king” and even voiced the reason for his hatred: “My son from the king, and not from the spouse.”
An unhappy novel
If Roman really was, it a priori could not be happy. The poet is terribly jealous of the king to the ballerina Matilda Kschessinska, she had a complex because of his height and clumsiness.
One can only hope that the esteemed researchers cannot afford to present to the public baseless arguments, taken “from the ceiling.” In any case, that in Levs veins flows Royal blood, not confirmed.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.