Field Petro( Writer)
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Biography Field Petro
(born 1839), son of Nikolai Alekseevich Field (cm. above). Educated at the historical-philological faculty of St. Petersburg University, to protect the master's thesis "The experience of the comparative reviews of folk poetry of the ancient Germanic and Slavic" (St. Petersburg, . 1864) was assistant professor of St. Petersburg University on the faculty of general literature, . then associate professor of Russian language and literature at the University of Novorossiysk, . Finally, Warsaw University professor on the faculty of languages, Russian and Church Slavonic,
. Cooked Field doctoral dissertation - "Historical Sketches of the medieval drama" (St. Petersburg, 1865) - remain unprotected. In 1871, Mr.. Field moved to St. Petersburg, where he devoted himself to literary work. In 1880 he published "Pictorial Review". Great success had his "History of Russian literature in the essays and biographies" (St. Petersburg) and "Learning Russian reader". Other works of the Field: Essays on Russian history in the monuments of everyday life "(St. Petersburg, . 1879 - 80, there is a 2-nd ed.), . "Russian history", . "Art Russia (St. Petersburg, . 1884), . "Historical stories and novels" (St. Petersburg, . 1893), . "Sovereign krechotnik" (1893), . Brothers and rivals "(1890), . "Miracle Bogatyr Suvorov Rymniksky" (People's ed., . M., . 1892), . "The root of evil" (a historical novel, . Niva, . 1891), . "Under the irresistible right hand" ( "Historical Journal", . 1893), . "Tal'yanskii devil" (ibid., . 1891), . "The bird-Nevelichka" (ibid., . 1892), . "Types of the Time of Troubles" (ibid., . 1889) and T,
. d. In "The Historical Gazette" and "Cornfield" Field put a lot of critical articles on the history of Russian literature. Died in 1902. See. obituary in the "Historical Messenger (1902, May); AI. Liashenko "Literary Journal" (1902).