Artsybashev

[ Russian uhr-tsi-bah-shyif ]
/ Russian ʌr tsɪˈbɑ ʃyɪf /
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noun

Mi·kha·il [Russian myi-khuh-yeel] /Russian myɪ xʌˈyil/. Artzybashev, Mikhail.
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  • Shut out from active happiness, Artsybashev may have taken this method of vicarious delight.

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  • It is clear that Artsybashev believes that for some time to come women will not accept the gospel of uncompromising egoism.

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  • For Artsybashev composed his novel in 1903, when he was twenty-four years old.

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  • The motto that Artsybashev has placed at the beginning of the novel is taken from Ecclesiastes vii.

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