Talk:Ivan Kireyevsky

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Assistance needed[edit]

Some "weasel words" were removed, but this article is still unclear and its style raises questions about its reliability.

For instance in paragraph 1:

Their father was known for hating French atheism so passionately that he would burn heaps of Voltaire's books, acquired specifically for the purpose[1]; his fatal disease was contracted while healing the wounded soldiers during the French invasion of Russia. The boy was just six at the time of his death; he was brought up by a maternal uncle, Vasily Zhukovsky, and the mother, M-me Avdotia Yelagina, an influential lady who held a brilliant salon in Moscow.

I am leaving these mistakes in place for now until an expert can lend their opinion. comment added by Amerikanets (talkcontribs) 20:15, 13 June 2008 (UTC)