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Based on letters, archived documents and the works written by A. Dobrolyubov during his religious exploration, after he set off on a pilgrimage across Russia, this article considers the foundations of the poet's religious teaching and its perception by peasants and 'literate' society. The researcher focuses on A. Dobrolyubov's collections of poetry From the Invisible Book [Iz knigi Nevidimoy], My Eternal Fellow-Travellers [Moi vechnie sputniki] and the songs he composed for group performancedoi:10.31425/0042-8795-2018-2-127-156 fatcat:mh27zshbdrfvrpjnf47al7eobq