Orlov Alexander Anfimovich( Writer)
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Biography Orlov Alexander Anfimovich
(died 1840), calls himself a "folk" and has written numerous novels, many of whom stood for several publications. Xenophon Field ( "Notes", St. Petersburg., 1883, p.. 315 - 318) Orlov calls "vulgar hacks, publishes pamphlets disgusting cynical under different titles". Pushkin's correspondence with Orlov Xenophon Field explains that the poet liked to incite Orlova to various attacks against Buе-haryn and Nicholas Field. Orlov wrote a parody of Bulgarinskogo "Vyzhigin" under the title "The Death of Ivan Vyzhigin" (1831). Offended opponents Pushkin saw in all this intrigues the poet; Bulgarin Pushkin could not forgive the fact that he placed above his Orlova. - See. "Complete Works" VG. Belinsky, edited by SA. Vengerov (St. Petersburg, 1901, Volume IV, page. 494 - 97).