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Ippolit Feodorovich Bogdanóvich (1744–1802?)

Bogdanóvich, Ippolit Feodorovich (bog-dä-nō’vich). A Russian poet (1744–1802?); born in Little Russia. His early poems, written when he was a boy, won for him admission to the university. His most celebrated work is a charming free elaboration of La Fontaine’s ‘Loves of Psyche and Cupid.’ He also wrote dramas and comedies, and published a collection of ‘Proverbs.’