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Nadezhda Khvoshchinskaya (1824–1889)

Khvoshchinskaya, Nadezhda Dmitryevna (ċhvos-chin’skä-ē-ä). A Russian novelist; born at Riazan, 1824; died at Peterhof, July 2, 1889. A prolific writer, her best works were: ‘Anna Mikhaïlovna’ (1850); ‘Waiting for Something Better’; the romance ‘The Country Teacher’; ‘The Great Bear,’ the last particularly having a pronounced success. She wrote also good short stories and published poetry.