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ILIA CHAVCHAVADZE - CaucasusSchoolof Business BBA PROGRAM...

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                                                                                                                              Caucasus School of  Business BBA PROGRAM www.csb.ge                  www.cu.edu.ge Lecturer: Mia Grey King Student: Bacho Khorava (Wen. 15:40) # 12 Guramishvili Avenue Tbilisi, Georgia 1
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Tel: 8 55 543805 [email protected] May 12, 2010 ILIA  CHAVCHAVADZE 2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS  PREFACE                                                                                                                 ....................................................................................................... 4    1.  Preface Ilia Chavchavadze, Prince, now Saint, was one of the three great figures in Georgian  poetry and prose of his time who had earned the right to be known by his Christian name alone. Of  those three (the others being Akaki Tsereteli and Vazha Pshavela) he was perhaps not the deepest  or the most intensive, but he was certainly the broadest and the most outgoing. His prose ranges  from colourful and critical fiction -to persuasive political essays; his poetry from romantic lyrics to  didactic narratives.  Ilia was vey a national leader of Georgia. He was tolerant and human. He is main power  was his speech and great ability of ensuring people. Ilia could easily influence the followers. He  was introvert; he did not like to talk much. Ilia was a risky person and he jeopardized his life  every day. He knew very well the nature of human. Ilia was dedicated, determined, confident and  very principle leader.       Ilia reserved his greatest energy for civic action - social change, political representation,  once this became possible in the Russian empire - and despite his aristocratic background stood for  a unified, revitalized autonomous Georgia that would be liberal, Christian and parliamentary.  For this he was killed. 3
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All Ilia's poetry had a purpose: to awaken the Georgian reader from his self-absorbed  torpor into a sense of past ideals and glory. If he idealized Orthodox Christianity and the national  spirit of the feudal Georgian kingdom it was to give a structure to the newly educated Georgian  that Ilia was helping to bring about with his newspapers and schools. There is almost nothing  egocentric in his work: it was destined to foster talent however unlikely.
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