woensdag 7 augustus 2013

ANNA KARENINA BY LEO TOLSTOY WAS BASED ON A BLACK WOMAN, MARYA PUSHKINA, PUSHKINS ELDEST DAUGHTER

 




 
Leo Tolstoy looked dark complexioned with a broad, flattened nose:
he would not be considered white today. His looks were normal for a nobleman.
 
 
 
The Greatest Russian Poet Alexander Sergeyvich Pushkin was recognized at 14 years old as a great talent, and was nurtured, in a way, by the state. Pushkins blackness was no big deal for the other nobles who were brown and black of skin themselves; its only today some writers like to dramatise his look and twist some remarks to sound racist. The women all loved him, and he cannot be blaimed for the other wife flogging, bigamist Hannibals.

 
His true deathmask showing classical African facial traits. The revisionists even fake deathmask to hide classical African facial traits, so they can claim: 'there were no Blacks.'




 
Natalya Goncharova, Pushkins mother-in-law. Her face was quite black, so her daughter must have been very dark too, and still was the most beautiful woman in Russia. Why are there no photo's from this wonderously beautiful woman?

 
 
Marya Pushkina, Marya Gartung, Pushkin's eldest daughter.
'His spitting image,' says a Pushkin biographer: and she looks prognastic. Her color must have been very dark from both her parents and this is a hideously whitened portrait. Why are there no photo's?
 
 

A dark Anna Karenina


 
All the fake, whitened Anna Karenina's, Vivian Leigh, beautiful but an irritating movie.

 
Marya Pushkina, as a young woman: showing prognatism, on a whitened portrait.
 
 
 
 
ANNA KARENINA BY LEO TOLSTOY WAS BASED ON A BLACK WOMAN, MARYA PUSHKINA, PUSHKINS ELDEST DAUGHTER


Tolstoy based his fictatious Anna Karenina on Marya Alexandrovna Pushkina, the eldest daughter of writer Alexander Sergeyvich Pushkin. He is of interest to my research because as a fourth generation African-Russian he still had strong classical African looks and a very dark skin. This could only be possible if all his recent ancestors were brown or black complexioned. And not only on his mothersside, The Hannibals; but also among the Pushkins. He described himself as 'a Negro' and Marya was his spitting image. So she was Black. Her maternal granmother Natalya was drawn by Pushkin as a woman with a Black face. So in spite of the few portraits of the most beautiful woman in Russia that show a white woman, Natalya Gonchorova who married Pushkin had dark or black skin. Strangely no photo's to be found of this great, famous beauty. Read Henry Troyats bio, but try to look at as much portraits as possible to confirm that the Russian elite was brown and black of complexion. The whites were their serfs.The later biographies want to emphsize his blackness, while he was not much different in this respect from his surroundings. They also want to link looks (Race) with behavior, because some Hannibals were indeed wife beaters, bigamist and wife murderers. Again this was perfectly consistent with those times and among the elite class.

 



 
 
 
Leo Tolstoy, the autor of Anna Karenina shows a very dark complexion and a broad nose.
 
 


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