Russia. Ivan Goncharov – Russian novelist Illustrated Envelop with original stamp and special cancellation

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Ivan Goncharov – Russian novelist

Illustrated Envelop with original stamp and special cancellation

Description Ivan Alexandrovich Goncharov (18 June [O.S. 6 June] 1812 – 27 September [O.S. 15 September] 1891) was a Russian novelist best known for his novels A Common Story (1847), Oblomov (1859), and The Precipice (1869). He also served in many official capacities, including the position of censor.

 

Goncharov was born in Simbirsk into the family of a wealthy merchant; as a reward for his grandfather’s military service, they were elevated to gentry status. He was educated at a boarding school, then the Moscow College of Commerce, and finally at Moscow State University. After graduating, he served for a short time in the office of the Governor of Simbirsk, before moving to Saint Petersburg where he worked as government translator and private tutor, while publishing poetry and fiction in private almanacs. Goncharov’s first novel, A Common Story, was published in Sovremennik in 1847.

 

Goncharov’s second and best-known novel Oblomov was published in 1859 in Otechestvennye zapiski. His third and final novel The Precipice was published in Vestnik Evropy in 1869. He also worked as a literary and theatre critic.

Type Illustrated Envelop with original stamp and special cancelation “175 years anniversary”
Condition: Good
Edges/Corners Fine
Used/Unused Special cancellation Ulyanovsk, 18.06.1987
Published by/for: Ministry of Communications, 1989

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