WHITE-HEADED Nikolay Andreevich

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WHITE-HEADED Nikolay Andreevich

WHITE-HEADED Nikolay Andreevich (1834 — 1895) — the Russian doctor, the writer and the public figure. Ended medical f-t Moscow un-that (1855). Worked as the practical doctor in Siberia, then in St. Petersburg where approached literary circles, treated I. S. Turgenev, N. A. Nekrasov, M. E. Saltykov-Shchedrin.

N. A. Belogolovy's outlook developed under the influence of the democratic movement 50 — the 60th years. In the 50th years cooperated in A. I. Herzen's «Bell», in the 70th years it was close to edition of «Domestic notes». Took active part in the magazine of the Russian emigration «Common cause» (it was published in 1877 — 1890 in Geneva), since 1881 was his actual editor; printed verses of antimonarchical and antireligious contents, spoke out in defense of the banished N. G. Chernyshevsky. Promoted the publication in the magazine prohibited in Russia M. B. Saltykov-Shchedrin's composition. N. A. Belogolovy wrote S. P. Botkin's biography, memories of Decembrists, of A. I. Herzen, N. A. Nekrasov, L. N. Tolstoy, I. S. Turgenev.

Works: Memoirs and other articles, 4 prod., SPb., 1901.

Bibliography: Dubrovsky K. is doctor humanist (N. A. Belogolovy), Sibvrsk. notes, L1 3, page 187, 1916; Mendri-n and G. I. Sibirsky is doctor N. A. Belogolovy, in book: Materials to history of medicine and health care of Siberia, page 166, Tomsk, 1960; Meshcheryakov N., N. A. Belogolovy and Obshchee Delo newspaper, Notes otd. manuscripts Vsesoyuz.-ki of V. I. Lenin, century 2, page 66, M., 1939.

B. D. Petrov.