Lanskoy Hadezhda V.( Famous in his time journalist and writer.)
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Biography Lanskoy Hadezhda V.
(1851 - 1914, Pushkin's shelter in the village of Mikhailovskoe Pskov Province)
In marriage Yakovlev. She has worked mainly in St. Petersburg newspapers and magazines: 'Week', 'The Herald of Europe', 'New Era', 'Northern Bee', etc.. Printed and a first and a second name. Consistently adhered to liberal views, was subjected to repression. Major works: 'The ruined nest', 'sun and rain', 'A man and a gentleman', 'There and Back Again', 'from a trip abroad', 'Nadia' and others. For a novel about bureaucratic abuses during the Russian-Japanese War, 'Laura and thorns' was denied a pension for her husband, for his novel 'Obrusitel', which was set in Belarus, to bring to justice. Some time lived in Smolensk, which is reflected in a number of works of 1880-1900-ies. The book of essays 'How is life in the province' tells about the situation of peasants and abuses Administration Duhovschinskogo county, about the famous fire and the strike of weavers at the mill Yartsevskaya Khludov. Smolensk and Yartsevo recognizable as well as in several other works ( 'Witness',' gold currency ',' not his own minuesh'...), including the novel 'Laura and thorns'.