Alexander Sheller

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Alexander Sheller
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Born
Alexander Konstantinovch Sheller
Александр Константинович Шеллер

(1838-08-11)August 11, 1838
DiedDecember 4, 1900(1900-12-04) (aged 62)
Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire
Occupationwriter • poet • editor
Years active1850s-1900

Alexander Konstantinovch Sheller (Russian: Алекса′ндр Константи′нович Ше′ллер, 11 August 1838, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire, – 4 December 1900, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire) was a Russian writer of Estonian and Polish origins. A regular contributor to Sovremennik, Delo and Russkoye Slovo, Sheller published numerous stories, poems, translations, articles and essays, often using the pseudonym A.Mikhaylov, and is sometimes referred to as A.K. Sheller-Mikhaylov. His best-known novel was Gnilyie bolota (Putrid Moors, 1864), followed by Zhizn Shupova (The Life of Shupov, 1865) and Staryie gnyozda (Old Nests, 1875). The Complete Works of A.K. Sheller-Mikhaylov in 15 volumes came out in 1895.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prozorov, V.V (1990). "Шеллер-Михайлов, А.К." Russian Writers. Biobibliographical Dictionary. Prosveshchenye. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
  2. ^ V. Shulyatikov. The Intelligentsia’s theoretician. Courier / Курьер, 1900, No.239