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Konstantin Masalsky (1802–1861)

Masalsky, Konstantin Petrovich (mä-säl’ski-ē). A Russian novelist and poet; born at Jaroslav, 1802; died in 1861. He was in the government service till 1842. His principal novels were: ‘Terpi Kazak,’ etc. (Have Patience, Cossack, You will be Hetman: 1829); ‘The Black Trunk’; ‘Siege of Uglich’; ‘The Russian Icarus’; ‘The First Love of the Last of a Race’; etc.