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(ˈɛərənˌbɜːɡ; Russian erɪnˈburk) or


(Biography) Ilya Grigorievich (iljˈja ɡriˈɡɔrjɪvitʃ). 1891–1967, Soviet novelist and journalist. His novel The Thaw (1954) was the first published in the Soviet Union to deal with repression under Stalin


(ˈɛr ənˌbɜrg, -ˌbʊərg)

Ilya Grigorievich, 1891–1967, Russian novelist and journalist.
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