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Goncharov

(ˌɡʌntʃəˈrɔf)
n
(Biography) Ivan Aleksandrovich (ɪˈvan alɛksanˈdrɔvɪtʃ). 1812–91, Russian novelist: his best-known work is Oblomov (1859)
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The travelogue was written by novelist Ivan Goncharov, who was secretary to the naval commander of the Russian expedition.
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