Arseny Ivanovich Vvedensky( critic and bibliographer)
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Biography Arseny Ivanovich Vvedensky
(1844 - 1909), the son of a deacon, he studied at the Seminary of Tver, was a student at St. Petersburg University (in the Faculty of Mathematics), where he failed to finish the course. He served in the Senate, then in state control. He wrote critical articles and reviews in the "Word", "News of Europe", "Case", "Northern Messenger", "Historical Messenger (Features Leskov, Leikin, gr. Saliasa, Vsevolod Krestovsky, VG. Korolenko, etc.). In early 1880 he wrote critical satires of "order", "Voice," Russian Gazette ", but later worked for New Times. They edited issued in the form of prizes to the "Cornfield" 1891 - 93 years of Lermontov's works, Koltsov, Kozlova, Polezhayev University, Fonvizin, Catherine II and Griboyedov. Some of his articles published separately under the title: "Public awareness in Russian literature. Critical Essays "(2 nd edition, St. Petersburg., 1909) and" Literary Characteristics "(2 nd edition, St. Petersburg., 1910). - Wed. "Historical Journal" (1909, December).