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This book is a prime example of the pre-revolutionary Russian book for girls. (Russian Edition)
From a young age she enjoyed reading and liked literature and Russian history. Starting from 1884 Varvara Pavlovna started writing stories which were published in a Russian magazine. She also wrote a number of religious books.
(This book is a prime example of the pre-revolutionary Rus...)1902
Quotes from others about the person
I. Yuzhakov: "Beautifully-illustrated books for children written by Varvara Pavlovna were successful among kids... Altough it didn't help her to become something more than just a mere children's writer who writes quite preachy and sedately."