Vladislav Evgenevich Evgenev-Maksimov

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Evgen’ev-Maksimov, Vladislav Evgen’evich


(pseudonym of V. E. Maksimov). Born Sept. 6 (18), 1883, in the village of Demidovka, Kursk Province; died Jan. 1, 1955, in Leningrad. Soviet specialist in the study of literature.

Evgen’ev-Maksimov graduated from St. Petersburg University. He began teaching at Leningrad University in 1920, beginning as an instructor and becoming a professor. His main treatises are devoted chiefly to the life and writings of N. A. Nekrasov, as well as to the history of Russian journalism. These works are documented in detail.


Nekrasov v krugu sovremennikov. Leningrad, 1938.
Zhizn’ i deiatel’nost’ N. A. Nekrasova, vols. 1-3. Leningrad, 1947-52.
“Sovremennik” v 40-50-kh gg. ot Belinskogo do Chernyshevskogo.
Leningrad, 1934.
“Sovremennik” pri Chernyshevskom i Dobroliubove. Leningrad, 1936.
Poslednie gody “Sovremennika”: 1863-1866. Leningrad, 1939.


Maslov, V. S. V. E. Evgen’ev-Maksimov (1883-1955). [Leningrad] 1968.
The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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