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Images Dated 7th December 2009

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Fyodor Sologub, Russian poet, with his wife Anastasia, early 20th century. Artist: Mikhail Leshchinsky Featured 7 Dec 2009 Print

Fyodor Sologub, Russian poet, with his wife Anastasia, early 20th century. Artist: Mikhail Leshchinsky

Fyodor Sologub, Russian poet, with his wife Anastasia, early 20th century. Sologub (1863-1927) was a member of the Symbolist movement in Russian literature. He married Anastasia Chebotarevskaya (1876-1921), a translator, in 1908. An opponent of the Bolshevik Revolution, Sologub asked the authorities for permission to emigrate in 1919, but received no response. Trotsky himself finally gave permission for the Sologubs to leave Russia in July 1921 and Fyodor made plans to depart on 25 September. Tragically, two days before their planned departure, Anastasia committed suicide by throwing herself into the Malaya Neva from St Petersburg's Tuchkov Bridge. Sologub abandoned his plans to leave, and his grief at her loss considerably affected his remaining writings. Found in the collection of the State Museum of AS Pushkin, Moscow

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Russian author Leo Tolstoy with his granddaughter Tatiana, Yasnaya Polyana, Russia, c1910. Artist: Vladimir Grigorievich Chertkov Featured 7 Dec 2009 Print

Russian author Leo Tolstoy with his granddaughter Tatiana, Yasnaya Polyana, Russia, c1910. Artist: Vladimir Grigorievich Chertkov

Russian author Leo Tolstoy with his granddaughter Tatiana, Yasnaya Polyana, Russia, c1910. Tolstoy (1828-1910) is widely regarded as one of the greatest of all novelists, particularly noted for his masterpieces War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Yasnaya Polyana, near Tula, was the home where Tolstoy was born and lived. After his death he was buried there and it was made into his memorial museum, restored to how it was when he live there. Found in the collection of the State Museum of AS Pushkin, Moscow

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Russian author Alexander Kuprin at home with his family, Gatchina, Russia, early 20th century. Artist: Unknown Featured 7 Dec 2009 Print

Russian author Alexander Kuprin at home with his family, Gatchina, Russia, early 20th century. Artist: Unknown

Russian author Alexander Kuprin at home with his family, Gatchina, Russia, early 20th century. Kuprin (1870-1938) was a short story writer described by Vladimir Nabokov as the Russian Kipling. He is probably best remembered for The Duel (1905). He married Maria Karlovna Davydova in 1902. Their daughter Lidia was born the following year. Found in the collection of the State Museum of AS Pushkin, Moscow

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