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This book is part of the series
'Zamechatel`nye Liudi Sibiri'

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Madzharov, A. S
Afanasii Shchapov
[ Afanasii Shchapov]

Irkutsk:  Vostochno-Sibirskoe Knizhnoe Izdatel`stvo,, 1992
272 p
Serie: Zamechatel`nye Liudi Sibiri
Hardcover
ISBN: 5742404719
Language: Russian
This book is a biography of the Siberia-born Russian historian Afanasii Shchapov (1831-1876) who studied the movement of Old Believers, became Professor of the Kazan University, and while living in St. Petersburg developed his own theory of provincial self-government. Shchapov spoke against both Slavophiles and Chernyshevski. He emphasized the influence of geographical factors on the formation of various Russian communities. The historian ended his life in Siberia where he was exiled from St. Petersburg for his political views. Includes bibliographic references and one of Shchapov’s lectures.
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