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Mikhail Zagoskin (1789–1852)

Zogoskin (zo-gos’kin), or Zagoskin, or Sagoskin, Mikhail (zä-gos’kin). A Russian novelist and dramatist; born in the government of Penza, 1789; died at Moscow, 1852. His chief work is ‘The Russians in 1812’ (1829). His historical novels have earned for him the name of the Russian Walter Scott.