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Alexander Pypin

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Years active  1860–1904
Spouse(s)  Y.P. Gurskalin

Name  Alexander Pypin
Role  Journalist
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Native name  aleksandr Nikolaevich Pipin
Born  April 6, 1833 (1833-04-06) Saratov, Russian Empire
Occupation  literary historian, ethnographer, editor, author
Died  December 9, 1904, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Books  Vremena Imp. Ekateriny II. Devjatnadcatyj Vek. Puskin i Gogol'. Utverzdenie Nacional'nago Znaenija Literatury: Aus: Istorija Russkoj Literatury

Alexander Nikolayevich Pypin (Russian: Алекса́ндр Никола́евич Пы́пин; 6 April 1833, in Saratov, Russian Empire – 9 December 1904, in Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire) was a Russian literary historian, ethnographer, journalist and editor; a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and (briefly, in 1904), its vice-president. Nikolai Chernyshevsky was his cousin on the maternal side.

Pypin actively contributed to Sovremennik (which he edited in 1863–1866), Vestnik Evropy, and Otechestvennye Zapiski. Among his most acclaimed works are the History of Slavic Literatures (Vols. 1–2, 1879–1881, with Vladimir Spasovich), the History of Russian Ethnography (Vols. 1890–1892) and the History of Russian Literature (Vols. 1–4, 1911–1913, posthumously).

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