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Sergey Semyanov

a.k.a. Sergey Terentyevich Semyanov

Author Code: RSTS

Born: Mar. 28, 1868 - Moscow, Russia

Died: De. 3, 1922 - Moscow, Russia

Limited education due to poverty, Semyanov left his village as a young man and worked at various jobs until he published his first story, Two Brothers, in 1887. The work won praise from Leo Tolstoy and the two became friends. In 1894, he published Peasant Stories with a foreword by Tolstoy. The book was well-received. During his short career, he published several plays, poetry an autobiographical novel, Twenty-Five Years in the Village, and a volume of essays. His collected works appeared in six volumes in 1913 and received the Russian Academy of Sciences Award. He was also a member of the Moscow literary group, Sreda. Semyonov was exiled in 1906 due to his revolutionary connections. Following the Revolution in 1917, he was active in various roles. He was murdered by bandits in 1922. His works include Mediator (1887), The Soldier (1889), The Undearable Wife (1890), Terrible Business (1894), Why Parashka Didn't Learn to Read and Write (1901), Frie Worshippers (1916) and The Servant (1917).

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