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Sigizmund Krzhizhanowsky

Sigizmund Dominikovich Krzhizhanovsky (Russian: Сигизму́нд Домини́кович Кржижано́вский) was born in 1887 in Kiev and died in 1950 in Moscow. He was a relatively obscure figure in Russian literature, until his archive of work was found by Vadim Pereimuter; he began publishing his works again in 1989.

See a complete list (and, I think, text) of his work at Кржижановский Сигизмунд Доминикович . (sorry, Russian only).

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