Gennadi Grigoriy( famous bibliographer)
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Biography Gennadi Grigoriy
(1826 - 1880). He graduated from the course at the Faculty of St. Petersburg University. In 1861 - 1863 he was a peace mediator in Sychevskii county, then began to live the life of a wealthy man, paid his leisure Bibliophilia and bibliographies. In recent years he spent in Berlin and Dresden, not breaking ties with Russia. Gennadi soon started collecting, was a fine library and was the founder of Book Lovers "gennadievskogo-wing, who appreciate the book only for the rarity, not paying attention to its immediate advantages. His numerous (over 150) bibliographic work (references, notes, indexes, lists, and t. n.) Gennady placed in different magazines. Separately out: "Russian Literature bibliography. Inventory bibliographies of books and articles published in Russia "(1858)," Erotic poems by Russian poets "(1860)," Russian portraits from the collection of GN. Gennady "(1866)," Russian book rarities "(1872)," The list of anonymous Russian books "(1874) and other. The most valuable work Gennady - "Help Dictionary of Russian Writers and Scientists 1725 - 1825 years". Dictionary came out in Berlin (1876 - 1880), the second volume, with additions N. Sobko, brought to the letter M. In 1906 - 07 years A. Titov, in "Readings of the Society of History and Antiquities of Russia" was published the third volume, to the letter P, released, and a reprint (of the Dictionary of Gennadi cm. VI, 495). Bibliography of works by Gennady more thorough examination, and often provoked accusations in the failings. But despite the shortcomings, some works Gennadi has not lost its significance. Unflattering memory Gennadi left behind as an editor in the publication of Pushkin's works Isakov (1 st edition 1859, 2 nd Edition 1869 - 1871); this demanding role was not him on the shoulder. Sobolewski exit marked "Amended" Pushkin's famous epigram:
About the victim of two poor fiend of hell!
You killed Dantes and publishes Gennadi.
Wed. Ivask, GN. Gennady "(1913). A. Polyakov.