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Author photo. Aleksandr Vasil'evich Nikitenko. Frontispiece from Zapiski i dnevnik (1893)

Aleksandr Vasil'evich Nikitenko. Frontispiece from Zapiski i dnevnik (1893)

Aleksandr Nikitenko (1804–1877)

Author of Up from Serfdom: My Childhood and Youth in Russia, 1804-1824

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"Alexander Nikitenko was born a serf of the Sheremetev family in Voronezh Province... Through an extraordinary concurrent of events, Alexander was able to receive an education, develop his intellectual abilities and ultimately, in 1825, obtain his freedom. He went on to become a professor of literature at St. Petersburg University. Throughout his life Nikitenko kept a detailed diary of his daily activities and responses to ongoing events."
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