Nedetovsky Grigory Ivanovich( A talented writer, better known under the pseudonym O. Forgotten)
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Biography Nedetovsky Grigory Ivanovich
Born in 1846, graduated from the course at the Kiev Theological Academy and then her life to the pedagogical work. Now the director of the Voronezh Gymnasium. The very first stories, . in the Journal of Europe ", . posing an excellent knowledge of the spiritual life ( "In the villages and backwoods", . 1875, . "Churchwarden", . 1876, . especially "Velno to look for"), . Forgotten attracted the attention of Turgenev, . Saltykov and readership,
. Great success was his story (or rather the novel), "Mirages," sharply raises many questions of spiritual school and class, in "Notes of the Fatherland", the pores heyday (1881). The name of the Forgotten has been enhanced so Nedetovskim, . underneath it undergoes a series of novels and short stories, . always extremely apt, . from the knowledge of life, . natural humor and a note of the living ideology (in "Notes of the Fatherland" - "Sin misled", . "Relatives", . "Arrange", . "Change", . "Vicissitudes", . "Not pleased", . in Russian Thought "- a" misunderstanding ", . "Burdened with numerous family", . "The source of healing", . "Name", . the "Case" - "Plebeian matron", . in "Northern Messenger" - "Walking"),
, . but almost always fading when confronted with the life of academics, . collisions with the clergy, . Bribery konsistortsev, . about the absurdity of marriage seminarians "with the capture and m,
. d. In everyday sensations vivacity and anecdotal Forgotten can be compared only with Leskov. Tendency was always sad: very good beginnings of the best people are divided on caste rigidity or resistance to the worst. Diverted teacher affair, . Nedetovsky in the 90 years altogether departs from the literature, . no reprints of his works (the sole exception of "Mirage", 1882), . occasionally printed in special editions, . as "Philological Notes" or "Proceedings of Voronezh archival commission",
. Even in religious circles, where still love and re-read his story in clippings from old magazines, few know the real name of the author. Even 40-year anniversary of his (1911), celebrated in Voronezh, caused a weak response of the press (see. "Voronezh Gazette? 52, in "Russian Word" article A. Izmailov).