Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya


Born
in Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
September 12, 1846

Died
June 09, 1918


Anna Grigoryevna Dostoyevskaya (Russian: Анна Григорьевна Достоевская; 12 September 1846, Saint Petersburg – 9 June 1918, Yalta) was a Russian memoirist, stenographer, assistant, and the second wife of Fyodor Dostoyevsky (since 1867). She was also one of the first female philatelists in Russia. She wrote two biographical books about Fyodor Dostoyevsky: Anna Dostoyevskaya's Diary in 1867, which was published in 1923 after her death, and Memoirs of Anna Dostoyevskaya (also known as Reminiscence of Anna Dostoyevskaya), published in 1925.


Early Life

Anna Dostoyevskaya, (née Snitkina) was born to Maria Anna and Grigory Ivanovich Snitkin. Anna graduated academic high school summa cum laude and subsequently trained as a stenographer.


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“ولما كنت أعاني من الوحدة الروحية فقد كان العثور على إنسان يتعاطف معي بصدق وإخلاص سعادة هائلة”
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