Vladislavlev, Ignatii

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Vladislavlev, Ignatii Vladislavovich


(pseudonym of Gul’binskii). Born July 3 (15), 1880, in Valuiki, now Belgorod Oblast; died July 29, 1962, in Moscow. Soviet bibliographer.

Vladislavlev wrote bibliographies including What to Read? (vols. 1-4, 1911-17), Russian Writers: An Essay at a Biblio-graphical Manual on Russian Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries (1909; 4th ed., 1924), Bibliograficheskie ezhegodniki (Bibliographic Yearbooks, issues 1-8, 1911-14, 1921-24), and Literature of a Great Decade: 1917-27 (1928). He also wrote three bibliographical volumes on V. I. Lenin—Lenin-iana (1926-28).

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