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Biography Pavlenkov Florentius Fyodorovich
Born in 1839 in Tambov province, at the end of 1861 the Mikhailovsky Artillery Academy was a few years in the service in Kiev and Bryansk arsenals and then, . after an unsuccessful attempt to become a teacher of military high schools, . turned to the translation, . publishing and knigoprodavcheskoy activities, . during which more than once been subjected to administrative punishments,
. His first article P. placed in the "Artillery Journal", "Photographer" and "Journal of Manufactures and Commerce" in 1862 - 65 years. In 1866, translated and published "The complete course of physics" Hanno; in the next year began publishing works of DI. Pisarev (Part 2 brought the prosecution). Exiled soon to Vyatka, where he translated several books on physics, was "a visual Primer" honorary withdrawal at the Vienna World Exhibition in 1873 and issued a "forget-me-Vyatka, was also called the prosecution (1877). Upon his return in 1881 from Yalutorovsk in St. Petersburg, P. managed to issue up to 500 different books and pamphlets in excess of 2 million rubles, which differ in most cases, cheap prices with a neat appearance. Died in 1900. The chief of its publications in the literature - the works of Pushkin, Lermontov, Belinsky, Pisarev, Hd. Uspensky Shelgunov, Skabichevskys, Potapenko, Dickens,. Hugo, . Erkman-Shatriana; popular-science: the works of Wundt, . Bram, . Herzen, . Lange, . Lippert, . Letourneau, . Lombroso, . Mantegatstsa, . Mill, . Mosso, . Niemeyer, . Peyo, . Ribot, . Sighele, . Tarda, . Ward, . Flammarion; for children - the works of Hans Christian Andersen, . Vorisgofera, . Walter Scott, . Dickens, . Zasodimskogo, . Kruglov, . Conradi, . Lamц╘-Fleury, . In,
. Ostrogorsky, Cervantes, Fedor, etc.. and, . Finally - a series of publications: "Curriculum Library" (biographies of remarkable people, come 180 books, . price of each in the 25 k.), . "Popular Science Library, . Library of useful knowledge ", . "Popular Law Library,", . Fabulous Library (more than 80 books), . "Pushkin Library" (40 books) and "Lermontov's Library (30 books),
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