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Sergey Glebov

Vladimir Klavdievich Arsen'ev (1872–1930) emerged as arguably Russia's most popular writer whose works focused on the native peoples of Siberia and the Far East. His texts created a canonical image of a Siberian native. In Arsen'ev's writings

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Amir Khisamutdinov

Beginnings Vladimir Klavdievich Arsen'ev, the most famous Russian explorer of the Far East, said on the eve of his death, “I look to the past and see that for myself I did follow a lucky star.” 1 Through the Bolshevik Revolution and through

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Ryan Tucker Jones

cataclysm, those on the ground blended older regional concerns with new ideological demands to craft a new future for the Far Eastern oceans. Among those was an unlikely voice, the famous Far Eastern writer, Vladimir Klavdievich Arsen'ev. As an employee of

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“Deception begins with trade … ”

Vladimir Arsen’ev’s Economic Expertise and Challenges of Rationalizing Imperial Diversity in the Taiga

Aleksandr Turbin

Vladimir Klavdievich Arsen'ev is widely known as a taiga explorer and the author of remarkable books that celebrate the nature of the Russian Far East and the local indigenous population. A considerable contribution to this image was made by Akira