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In the novel The Life of Klim Samgin, Maxim Gorky undertakes a gigantic study of the intellectual life of the prerevolutionary intelligentsia. However, his novel of ideas is more than a statement on the existing concepts of the revolution of that time. Gorky creates a plot of searching for ideas for the Russian revolution, which opens in the second chapter of his novel during the stay of the young Klim Samgin in St. Petersburg. Here Samgin not only encounters for the first time Russiandoi:10.25991/ae.2019.49.96.026 fatcat:2wolhfsyozfcjevkhf7hki7czq