Anna Andreyevna Akhmatova: Widely admired poet.
Anna Andreyevna Akhmatova: Akhmatova (1899-1966) was one of the most famous and acclaimed Russian poetesses. A significant part of her work was devoted to the intellectual and artistic exploration of Stalinist terror, repressions, and genocide. She was not arrested, but her husband, the famous Russian poet N. Gumilev, was executed and her son Lev Gumilev (famous Russian historian, ethnologist and anthropologist, who suggested revolutionary ideas on the genesis and evolution of nations), spent most of his life in Gulag, where incidentally he wrote a history of Russia using exclusively Feni language.
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