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Georgy Adamovich (1894-1972) was regarded as the most powerful critic of the first Russian emigration.
Georgy Adamovich: An Annotated sm, Poetry, and Prose, 1915-1980. Compiled by Roger Hagglund. David M. Bethea (a1). University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Published August 1984 by Ardis. Biography, Russian Poets.
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Georgy Viktorovich Adamovich (Russian: Гео́ргий Ви́кторович Адамо́вич, IPA: (listen); 19 April 1892, Moscow, Russian Empire - 21 February 1972, Nice, France).
Georgy Viktorovich Adamovich (Russian: Гео́ргий Ви́кторович Адамо́вич, IPA: (listen); 19 April 1892, Moscow, Russian Empire - 21 February 1972, Nice, France) was a Russian poet of the acmeist school, and a literary critic, translator and memoirist. He also lectured on Russian literature at universities in the United States and the United Kingdom.