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I am a free author and already write since my childhood. Then in the course of the time I wrote novels, short stories and non-fiction books. "Vampire's films - The first hundred 1915-2015 (year)s", appeared in 2015, "The beauty of the night", appeared in 2015, "The cryptic", appeared in 2017. Besides, I also pursue own youtube canal: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd6mPIG88q15vzvil65plIg
Alexander BRUSHTEIN May 31, 1936 – January 30, 2020 Alexander BRUSHTEIN was born on May 31, 1936 and passed away on January 30, 2020.
Alexander Brushtein 960 Toyon Ave, San Jose, CA 95127. Age: 83 AKA: alexander michael brushtein, alexander m brushtein
Brushtein was born in Vilnius as Alexandra Yakovleva Vygodskaya. Her father was Jakub Wygodzki, a doctor and writer. Her mother was Elena Semenovna Vygodskaya (nee Yadlovkina), also from a medical family. Elena's father, Semyon Mikhailovich Yadlovkin, was a military doctor in Kamenets-Podolsky. She graduated from the Bestuzhev Courses. She participated in the revolutionary movement, and was active in the Political Red Cross.
Brushtein, Aleksandra Iakovlevna. (1884–1968), Russian playwright, memoirist, and teacher. Aleksandra Brushtein was born in Vilna, where her father, Iakov Vygodskii (Wygodzki; 1857–1941), was a physician and a leading figure in the Jewish community. She graduated from the History–Philosophy Department of the Higher Women’s Courses in ...
Soviet Russian writer and playwright. She was born in a family doctor, social activist and writer in Yiddish Jacob Iehilevicha (Efimovich) Vygotsky and his wife Elena Semenovna profitable (nee Yadlovkinoy), also from the medical family - her father, Semyon Mikhailovich Yadlovkin, was a military physician and theater in...
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5. Semyon Reznik - ‘Chaim-and-Maria’ (Russian; translated into English) Based on an anti-Jewish pogrom in the Russia Empire in the 1820s, the historical novel Chaim-and-Maria is full of wit ...
Raisa's personal network of family, friends, associates & neighbors include Vladimir Yampolsky, Alexander Brushtein, Helen Espinoza, Sandra Drury and Woodley Polynice. Raisa's net worth hovers over Greater than $499,999 with a yearly income that's about $150 - 174,999.
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Woe from Wit. One of the most famous works of Russian literature, the four-act comedy in verse Woe from Wit skewers staid, nineteenth century Russian society, and it positively teems with “winged phrases” that are essential colloquialisms for students of Russian and Russian culture.
Moscow: Gos. izd-vo, 1930. Item #1005 72 pp.: ill. 13,6x19,5 cm. In original constructivist wrappers. Tears of the spine, light soiling. Otherwise in very good condition. Scarce. One of 3000 copies. First edition with 2 black-and-white photographs of the scenes from the play. Wrapper design by Mikhail Grigor’yev 1899-1960 , a noted Soviet graphic and theatre artist, stage designer of this very