Gorky

Gorky may refer to:

People
  • Maxim Gorky (1868–1936), Russian author and political activist, founder of socialist realism
  • Arshile Gorky (1904?–48), Armenian/American abstract expressionist painter
Inhabited localities
  • Gorky, name of Nizhny Novgorod, Soviet Union from 1932 to 1990
Other uses
  • Gorky Reservoir, on the Volga in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia
  • 2768 Gorky, asteroid

Other articles related to "gorky":

Maria Andreyeva - Early Career
... In 1900, she met Maxim Gorky in Sevastopol the first time ... Gorky and Andreyeva left Russia in 1906 and travelled around the United States, and then settled in Capri, Italy ... While in Capri, Gorky was involved in the Vpered group but Andreyeva fell out with Anna Aleksandrovna Lunacharskaya, wife of Anatoly Lunacharsky and sister of Bogdanov ...
Maria (play) - Reception
... work as an investigative reporter for Maxim Gorky's Menshevik newspaper, Novaya zhizn (Новая жизнь) ... unpublished manuscript to be examined by Gorky, who remained his friend and mentor ... Noting the play's implicit rejection of socialist realism, Gorky accused Babel of having a "Baudelairian predilection for rotting meat." Gorky further warned his friend that "p ...
Maxim Gorky Literature Institute
... The Maxim Gorky Literature Institute (Russian Литературный институт им ... founded in 1933 on the initiative of Maxim Gorky, and received its current name at Gorky's death in 1936 ...
Moura Budberg
... got a job in publishing "World Literature", when she met writer Maxim Gorky ... She became his secretary and common law wife, living in Gorky's house with a few interruptions from 1920 to 1933 (when the writer lived in Italy before returning to the USSR) ... Their relationship was renewed in 1933 in London, where she emigrated after parting with Gorky ...
Tovstonogov Bolshoi Drama Theater - Konstantin Tverskoy (1927-1935)
... Very important were performances of Maxim Gorky plays including Yegor Bulychev and the others, 1932 Dostigaeyev and others, 1933 ... In 1932 the theater was named in honor of Maxim Gorky ... The theater was known as Gorky Bolshoi Drama Theater (Bolshoi Dramaticheskiy Teatr imeni Gor'kogo) until 1992, when it was renamed after Georgy Tovstonogov ...