Gorki



Also, Gorky. Maxim
[mak-sim;; Russian muh-ksyeem] /ˈmæk sɪm;; Russian mʌˈksyim/ (Show IPA), (Aleksey Maksimovich Pyeshkov) 1868–1936, Russian novelist, short-story writer, and dramatist.
former name (1932–91) of .
Historical Examples

Gorki made a little speech which was translated by a Russian who knew English.
Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps

One often thinks of Gorki in reading Baroja, mainly because of the contrast.
Rosinante to the Road Again John Dos Passos

Gorki completely satisfied that strange but almost universal desire of well-fed and comfortable people to go slumming.
Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps

Gorki soon gave up this task, which was too exhausting for him.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

This is partly owing to the nature of his work, but more perhaps to the total eclipse of other contemporary writers by Gorki.
Essays on Russian Novelists William Lyon Phelps

Seldom is it the case that an author comes to his own as early as Gorki.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

Gorki has done well to describe the world and the stratum whence he emerged, and which he traversed, in his powerful works.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

In Russia there are not a few who share the experiences and insight of Gorki.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

The same capital fault is evident in Gorki’s other productions.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

Honesty bids us recognise a certain incapacity for self-restraint in Gorki.
Maxim Gorki Hans Ostwald

noun
the former name (until 1991) of Nizhni Novgorod
noun
Maxim (makˈsim), pen name of Aleksey Maximovich Peshkov. 1868–1936, Russian novelist, dramatist, and short-story writer, noted for his depiction of the outcasts of society. His works include the play The Lower Depths (1902), the novel Mother (1907), and an autobiographical trilogy (1913–23)

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