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Aleksey Khomyakov (1804–1860)

Khomyakov, Aleksey Stepánovich (ċhōm’yä-kōf). A Russian poet, dramatist, and controversialist; born in Moscow, May 13, 1804; died there, Oct. 5, 1860. His writings—particularly the ‘Pseudo-Demetrius’ (1833: a tragedy), his collected ‘Poems’ (1844), and ‘Letters to the Slavs in Moscow’ (1860)—embody an essentially Russian conservatism.