\mˈaksa͡ɪm ɡˈɔːki], \mˈaksaɪm ɡˈɔːki], \m_ˈa_k_s_aɪ_m ɡ_ˈɔː_k_i]\
Definitions of MAXIME GORKY
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A Russian novelist; born in Nizni Novgorod, March 14, 1868. During his early career he served successively as peddler, scullery-boy, gardener, watchman and baker's apprentice. Among his numerous works are: "Song of the Falcon", "Twenty-six and One", "About the Devil", "The Reader", "The Outcasts" (1902); "Three Men" (1902).
By Charles Dudley Warner