1880 – Born on the 16th November in St Petersburg, Russia. Russian poet.
– Son-in-law of Dmitri Mendeleev.
1887-1888 – Blok began to write and take an interest in theater at an early age. The first of his children’s stories in prose and poetry were written.
1891 – Alexander Blok began his studies at Petersburg Introductory School.
1897 – The first of Blok’s works to be included in a poetic collection was dated October 21st. It was entitled "Night Has Descended On the Earthå" and was Blok’s literary debut.
1898 – He enrolled in the College of Law at Petersburg University.
1899 – Blok began taking part in Petersburg dramatic circles.
1901 – He switched to the Slavic-Russian department of the Historical-Philological College.
– He took classes in poetic recitation at M.M. Chitau Theatrical School, and began to visit the university’s Circle of Fine Literature.
– Blok wrote the dramas "King on the Square", "The Stranger", "Blaganchik", and others. He also wrote dramatic scenes that were successfully performed at the theater.
1903 – Married Lyubov Mendeleeva.
1904-1908 – He crafted the image of St Petersburg for "The City".
– His first book, "Verses about a Beautiful Lady", was written.
– His first book of poems, Songs about the Lady Fair, was influenced by the mysticism of Solovyev.
– Blok then came out with several poetic compilations and series: "Accidental Joy", "Snow Mask", "Land in the Snow", and "Night Hours".
1911 – Wrote poetry collection "Nocturnal Hours".
1917 – He wrote "The Scythians".
1919 – He was appointed President of administration of the Bolshoi Dramatic Theater.
1920 – Blok was elected to the Board of Directors of the Russian Writer’s Union.
1921 – He died on August 7th in Petrograd.