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Frederick H. White

Andreev built an enormous house in 1908, which he would later jokingly call his ‘Villa Advance’ as it had been bought with 6.1 A photograph of Andreev taken in the 1910s. Feigned and performed 183 money advanced to him for future literary works by the publishing house Niva. Many of the capital’s intellectuals rented cheap summer cottages in the area, while literary critic Kornei Chukovskii, professor of psychiatry Vladimir Bekhterev, and painter Il’ia Repin (1844–1930), also established permanent residences in villages around Vammelsuu. This new residence was

in Degeneration, decadence and disease in the Russian fin de siècle