GROTTO Natalya Petrovna( Writer)
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Biography GROTTO Natalya Petrovna
(1828 - 1899)
Born Semenova, sister P. P. and NP. Semyonovykh. In 1850, Mr.. married YA.K. Grotto. Literary career began in the children's magazine Ishimov "Rays" and then placed in 50 - 70-ies of their papers (under the pseudonyms: Russian woman, Natalya Nat. and H. G.) on teaching (mostly), social and literary issues in the Journal for the education "Chumikova (1858 - 59)," Moscow News "," Saint-Petersburg Vedomosti In. Korsch, "Journal of the Ministry of National Education" and others. publications. Separately published her book: "Two young porter" (St. Petersburg, 1869), "The fruits of charity" (ib., 1869), "God in Nature", translated from German (ib., 1875; 6 th edition, 1887 ) and "Freedom in the life and the state. Study on Channing "(ib., 1878).