Kliushnikov Viktor( novelist)
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Biography Kliushnikov Viktor
(22.III.1841, der. Aleksianovka Gzhatsk district of Smolensk province - 19.HI.1892, St. Petersburg)
By popular in the last century novels: "Another Life", "Under Peter, the family of freethinkers," Marevo "," Large Ships, "" Gypsies "and others. Actively collaborated in the magazines "Russian Gazette", "Literature Library", "Niva", "Moscow News". From 1887 to 1892. - Editor of "Niva". In developing his work in the so-called antinigilisticheskuyu theme, he argued with the writers Democrats, especially with the ideas that developed the H. Chernyshevski in the novel "What?". In this regard, special popularity enjoyed his novel "Marevo" (1864), in which social and literary movement of 1860-ies. qualifies them as a mirage, a mirage, not having a solid ground under. Rejecting the modern movement as morally untenable, K. appealed to the national principle in the spirit of patriotism and traditional patriarchal despotism, which is the personification of the protagonist of his novel Rusanov. Works By. otsroy been criticized in the pages of "Contemporary" and "Russian Word".
Lit.: DI Pisarev. Compositions. - T. 3. - M., 1956.