Bunin


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Bunin

(Russian ˈbunin)
n
(Biography) Ivan Alekseyevich (iˈvan alɪkˈsjejɪvitʃ). 1870–1953, Russian novelist and poet; author of The Gentleman from San Francisco (1922)

Bu•nin

(ˈbu nyɪn)

n.
Ivan Alekseevich, 1870–1953, Russian writer: Nobel prize 1933.
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