Maksim Gorky

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Noun1.Maksim Gorky - Russian writer of plays and novels and short storiesMaksim Gorky - Russian writer of plays and novels and short stories; noted for his depiction of social outcasts
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When the post-Pushkinian literary tradition, ending with Tolstoy and Chekhov, began to degenerate after them into decadence, the people immediately "intervened" and gave birth to Maksim Gorky: Pushkin's line was immediately restored.
Verne's novel was published little more than a decade before the advent of cinema, and the reverberations of his story in those early days of "the Kingdom of Shadows," as Maksim Gorky described it, clearly did not escape the artist.
"Troika" is comprised of Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev's play 'A Month in the Country'; Sukhovo Koblin's play 'Rasputin's Brother'; and Maksim Gorky's play 'Summerfolk'.
Situating her work within the context of the recent interest in documentary films and reality shows, Elizabeth Papazian focuses on four artists/writers--Sergei Tretiakov, Dziga Vertov, Maksim Gorky, and Mikhail
Kelly's study outlines briefly the impact on Soviet education of the policies and ideological beliefs of such well-known figures as Nadezhda Krupskaya, Maksim Gorky, Anton Makarenko, and Vasily Sukhomlinsky.
Zheleznova, by Maksim Gorky; and The Seagull, by Anton Chekhov.
In his Fragments from My Diary, Maksim Gorky recounted a conversation with a wealthy Old Believer from his hometown between 1906 and 1910.
His first works, later included in his Odesskiye rasskazy ("Odessa Tales"), were published in 1916 in a monthly edited by Maksim Gorky. On Gorky's advice, Babel decided to see the world.