Golovacheva-Panayeva Evdokia Yakovlevna( Writer)
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Biography Golovacheva-Panayeva Evdokia Yakovlevna
(1820 - 1893)
The wife of a writer I.I. Panayeva, daughter of the famous tragedian Yak. Nat. Bryansk, the second marriage for п-.пг. Golovachev. On literary career was made, under the pseudonym N. Stanitsky, with a number is not deprived of entertaining stories and novels in the "Contemporary" 1848 - 60 years. In a separate edition: "A Novel in St. Petersburg twilight" (1863), "Woman's" (1864) and others. In collaboration with Nekrasov Golovacheva-Panayeva written several novels low literary merit, but had at one time a great success: "The three countries of the world" (in "Contemporary" 1848 and 1849, Dep. SPb., 1851 and 1872), "Dead Lake" (ibid., 1851, and Dep. SPb., 1852). Rotating in artistic circles and as a person close to the editorial board of Contemporary, . Golovacheva-Panayeva in his "Memoirs" ( "Historical Journal" 1889, and separately under the title: "Russian writers and artists of 1829 - 70", . Petersburg., . 1890) was able to provide interesting details about the literary luminaries, . grouped near Contemporary,
. For these details, especially unfavorable for Turgenev, Annenkov, etc.. representatives of the 1840's, should, however, be treated with utmost caution.