Alexander Pushkin had four children, although tragically only two of them survived to adulthood.
Pushkin’s first child, a daughter named Maria, was born in 1832. She died only two months later, likely from pneumonia. Pushkin was devastated by her death, and it is said to have had a profound impact on his later writing.
Pushkin’s second child, another daughter named Alexandra, was born in 1833. She survived to adulthood and went on to marry a prominent Russian diplomat, but she died childless in 1913.
Pushkin’s third child, a son named Grigory, was born in 1835 but died just a few months later from an illness.
Finally, Pushkin’s fourth child, a son named Lev, was born in 1837, just a few months before Pushkin’s death. Lev survived to adulthood and went on to become a well-known literary critic and translator.
Thus, while Pushkin had four children, only two of them survived to adulthood, and none of them had any children of their own.