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).