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28 January

Dates in History
1996—Russian poet and Nobel Prize winner, Joseph Brodsky, dies in Italy

1887—Arthur Rubinstein, the Russian composer, is born

1853—Vladimir Solovyev, philosopher, is born.
Vladimir Solovyev is greatly influenced by his close acquaintance with Dostoevsky. In his opinion, the beauty is the real driving force, which lights human world.

1841—Vasily Klyuchevsky, historian, is born.
His Course of Russian history is an essential work on Russian history, which is still of great importance nowadays.

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