Alexander Ivanovich Vvedensky was born on December 6, 1904, in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire. During his lifetime, he was published and was known to the wide masses of readers as a children's writer. The overwhelming majority of Vvedensky's "adult" texts were published posthumously. In the philosophical lyrics of Vvedensky, according to MB Meilakh, "eschatological motives of time and death, God-forsakenness and Divine intervention are being developed." Vvedensky is characterized by radical semantic experiments (characterized as "crazy", "absurd", "nonsense"). With their help, as the researchers point out, ordinary consciousness is discredited and the adequacy of reason and thinking in general (and language as their tool) is questioned.