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Maxim Gorky

(1868—1936) Russian writer and revolutionary


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(1868–1936)

Russian writer. Persuaded to write for the theatre by Chekhov and Nemirovich-Danchenko, the first two of his sixteen plays, Philistines and The Lower Depths, were staged by the Moscow ...

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