BORODIN Mikhail Pavlovich( Writer)
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Biography BORODIN Mikhail Pavlovich
In 1870, as a student vyat gymnasium, Borodin for "seditious" correspondence with exclusion from school friends was put in Vyatka prison, where spent one and a half years. Released on freedom, Borodin began are enclosed in "Fatherland Notes. Denounced by Borodin was arrested and exiled to Yakutsk. There he met with John Kennan, . who in his famous essay, . Describing this meeting, . Thus says the reasons for the expulsion of Borodin in Siberia: "Borodin was exiled to Yakutsk due to" hazardous and harmful "content of the manuscript, . accidentally found him while searching,
. Criminal manuscript was a copy of the description of Vyatka province, sent them to the editor "Fatherland Notes and not yet published. Borodin, thus, was forced to go to Siberia in a gray prison clothes, with the embroidered on the back of a square yellow flap for the essay, which appeared after 4 months in the named log. Minister of Interior banished him for his "dangerous and harmful manuscript, which was subsequently Petersburg censor allowed to print, as" totally innocent ". Harsh living conditions, which lasted 4 years, seriously responded to the body Borodin. Back in the Vyatka province, Borodin organized in Vyatka handicraft museum, which was headed by more than 25 years, taking the place of Warehouse Supervisor. Borodin was an active contributor to Vyatka Speech ", took part in some of the Kazan newspapers and are enclosed from Vyatka in" Russian Gazette ". - See. "Historical Journal", 1911, February.