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Due to the relatively small number of generalizing results of the study, considering a parallel comparative analysis of the work of the Soviet poetess Maria Sergeevna Petrovykh with her predecessors, the research on that problem is relevant and practical. This article discusses the images of Muse, a favorite lyrical object of admiration for poets, in the eponymous poems Muse by Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin, Anna Andreevna Akhmatova and Maria Sergeyevna Petrovykh. In the process of clarifyingdoi:10.22363/2312-9220-2020-25-2-287-294 fatcat:wt4utzxcnja2fcokdvfqw6laqy