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  • Author:
    Aleksandr Amfiteatrov
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    5270010127
  • ISBN13:
    978-5270010126
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    "Sovremennik" (1991)
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    541 pages
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Мертвые боги: (Тосканская легенда). A legend by Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (1862-1938), originally published in 1896 Прозаическое произведение Александра Валентиновича Амфитеатрова (1862-1938), впервые опубликованное в 1896 году. На небе стояла хвостатая звезда.

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Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (Amphiteatrof) (Russian: Александр Валентинович Амфитеатров); (December 26, 1862 in Kaluga – February 26, 1938 in Levanto) was a Russian writer, novelist, and historian. Born a priest's son in Kaluga, he was trained as a lawyer but became a journalist and popular novelist. He returned t Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (Amphiteatrof) (Russian: Алекса́ндр Валенти́нович Амфитеа́тров); (December 26, 1862 in Kaluga – February 26, 1938 in Levanto) was a Russian writer, novelist, and historian.

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Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (Amphiteatrof) (Russian: Алекса́ндр Валенти́нович Амфитеа́тров); (December 26, 1862 – February 26, 1938) was a Russian writer, novelist, and historian. In 1902 he was exiled for writing a satirical article on the imperial family. He returned to visit the front during the Russo-Japanese War, then returned to Western Europe, living in France and Italy.

Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (Amphiteatrof) (Russian: Алекса́ндр . Amfiteatrov conceived writing a book on Nero and early Christianity in the 1890s.

Alexander Valentinovich Amfiteatrov (Amphiteatrof) (Russian: Алекса́ндр Валенти́нович Амфитеа́тров); (December 26, 1862 in Kaluga – February 26, 1938 in Levanto) was a Russian writer, novelist, and historian. An Italian exile provided him with plenty of sources and evidence, and exposed him to leading European scholars, and in 1913 he completed Nero: The Beast out of the Bottomless Pit ("Зверь из бездны.