Apollon (Russian: Аполло́н) was a Russian literary magazine that served as a principal publication of the Russian modernist movement in the early 20th century. It was established in 1909 and soon became a venue for the polemics that marked the decline of the symbolist movement in Russian poetry. The headquarters of the magazine was in St Petersburg. In 1910, two seminal essays that appeared in Apollon -- Mikhail Kuzmin's On Beautiful Clarity (O prekrasnoy yasnosti) and Nikolai Gumilyov's The Life of Verse (Zhizn' stikha) -- heralded the emergence of Acmeist poetry. The magazine ceased publication in 1917.
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